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Tech Data Cloud offers customisation capabilities through enhancements to StreamOne platform
2016-08-30

Broadliner Tech Data has unveiled enhancements to StreamOne, the company's platform that powers its award-winning Cloud Solutions Store. StreamOne, which enables partners to offer and scale cloud and subscription services, now gives solution providers the capability to customise their own online cloud store or integrate with the Tech Data Cloud Solutions Store. Additionally, the company announced an agreement with Global Knowledge, a leading provider of learning services and professional development solutions, to provide cloud business assessments through its Tech Data Cloud business unit. The announcements were made in conjunction with Tech Data's participation in Microsoft's 2016 Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC), held last week in Toronto.

"Our enhancements to the StreamOne platform enable solution providers to do what they do best—solve their clients' problems—while leaving the rest to us", said John Tonnison, executive vice president, Cloud Computing and chief information officer at Tech Data. "Tech Data's ability to offer the right mix of customised solutions, education, and programs for our customers uniquely positions us to propel them on their individual cloud journeys. Combining our competence and strength in the on-prem market with our strategic investments in the mobile, cloud, and IoT markets, Tech Data is well-equipped to empower our resellers in the hybrid world, where the business of IT will soon take place."

Tech Data's StreamOne platform now offers more flexibility and functionality for solution providers and managed service providers (MSPs), who can now launch a private label cloud store or integrate Tech Data Cloud’s services into an existing e-commerce environment. Tech Data Cloud has also developed APIs to validate Microsoft Partner Network (MPN) identification and existing Cloud Service Provider (CSP) tenants, improving processes to migrate customers from Microsoft's Advisor and Open programs to Microsoft CSPs. The enhancements to StreamOne include:

Tech Data Cloud's Private Label Marketplace, powered by StreamOne, enables solution providers and MSPs to implement a customizable e-commerce platform powered by the Tech Data Cloud Solutions Store. The Private Label Marketplace provides a complete purchasing experience for Microsoft CSP products, including automated provisioning and flexible billing cycles, as well as the ability to bundle Microsoft products with a partners' services or as add-ons.

StreamOne APIs enable partners to leverage their existing e-commerce and in-house systems while connecting to the Tech Data Cloud Solution Store for cloud service catalogues, ordering, subscription management, and billing management. Tech Data offers a complete set of StreamOne APIs, as well as partner support.

Microsoft Azure available via the Microsoft CSP program provides partners with instant access to pre-configured bundles, including backup, site recovery, file storage, SQL Server, and Virtual Machines. The fully automated process enables partners to purchase, provision, and manage cloud solutions in a true consumption-based model.

These new offerings are available immediately in the United States and Europe through Tech Data offices in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Availability in Canada is expected in the autumn.

"As the amount of data businesses are generating increases, their capacity—both in terms of physical infrastructure and staff bandwidth­—can't keep up, and the need for more hybrid and cloud environments will become increasingly necessary", said David Smith, vice president, Worldwide SMB at Microsoft. "Tech Data's StreamOne platform has evolved to help resellers meet the new demands of the market and we look forward to their continued partnership as our solution providers adopt the future of cloud."

Tech Data Cloud has also added Global Knowledge to its Cloud Mastery Journey, a program designed to help solution providers build fully-optimised cloud businesses. Through the agreement with Global Knowledge, Tech Data Cloud now offers the Cloud Mastery Assessment (CMA) tool, which assesses cloud practice capabilities and provides practical resources to help build successful cloud partner practices. Once the CMA tool has been used to identify areas for operational improvement, partners can then engage in consultant-led workshops to accelerate a personalised journey specifically tailored to fit their cloud business practice. The CMA tool is now available to solution providers through Tech Data Cloud in the United States and Europe, with availability in Canada coming this autumn.

Tech Data simplifies IoT with introduction of specialized business practice
2016-08-22

Broadliner Tech Data has launched its new Internet of Things (IoT) business practice, Smart IoT Solutions by Tech Data. The new practice, designed to aggregate IoT solutions and provide a simplified route to the rapidly expanding IoT market for solution providers, will be led by company veteran Victor Paradell, vice president, IoT Solutions, Europe. The announcement was made in conjunction with Tech Data's participation in Microsoft's 2016 Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC), being held this week in Toronto.

According to Gartner in their "Forecast Analysis: Internet of Things - Endpoints, Worldwide, 2015 update" published in December 2015, endpoints of IoT are predicted to grow at a 32% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from 2013 through 2020, reaching an installed base of 21 billion units, with almost two-thirds of them consumer applications. With such explosive growth expected, solution providers need clarity, education, and an effective route to market.

"If you were to ask 100 people in the IT channel what IoT means to them, you would get almost 100 different answers - and most would be correct", said Paradell. "As IoT continues to expand and surround us in our lives, much remains to be understood about the market. Tech Data is positioned at a very advantageous point in the IoT ecosystem - right in the middle - to provide our customers with all the pieces necessary to deploy complete IoT solutions. Through our new Smart IoT Solutions business practice, we are helping solution providers understand and enter the IoT market, as well as capitalise on the opportunities that currently exist within it."

Smart IoT Solutions by Tech Data enable system integrators, value-added resellers (VARs), and managed service providers (MSPs) to build their IoT businesses. As an IoT solutions aggregator, Tech Data leverages its trusted partnerships within its technology partner ecosystem, as well as its strength and expertise in the solution provider market, to help customers deploy IoT solutions to their end users - from fulfillment and security to data analytics and applications. Through Tech Data's smart service enablement framework, the Smart IoT Solutions team also offers the value-added services needed for solution providers to connect the dots from solution design to data-driven services. The Smart IoT Solutions practice will be primarily focused on four key verticals: manufacturing, transportation and logistics, retail, and smart spaces, which include building safety and security, smart parking, and energy optimisation. Paradell joined Tech Data in 1996 as a team leader in the company's IT department and has held positions of increasing responsibility and scope over the past 20 years. Prior to his current role, he served as vice president, Operational Effectiveness and Strategy for Tech Data Europe from March 2013 to March 2016. He holds a bachelor's degree in computer science engineering from The Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) and an MBA from the ESADE Business School in Barcelona, Spain.

Tech Data Europe announced new distribution agreement with Esselte
2016-07-04

Broadliner Tech Data has unveiled a new Europe-wide agreement with the Esselte Group, a supplies manufacturer, to distribute products from its Leitz brand of premium products for business professionals. Tech Data customers across the company's entire European footprint now have easy access to three of Leitz's product ranges: Icon for digitally enhanced labelling, including smart technology, and iLAM for easy document lamination through its broadline businesses in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom and Complete, which offers high-quality mobile professional accessories, throught its Mobile Solutions offices in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

"We are very excited to offer Leitz's products to our European reseller community. Their long heritage and innovative approach in the design and manufacture of office supplies shines through in the products we are now offering", said Hugo Graça, vice president, PC Components, Printers & Supplies at Tech Data Europe. "Tech Data's scale, coupled with our strength in online sales, offers a great platform to accelerate the growth of these product lines across Europe. Furthermore, the addition of this leading brand underlines Tech Data’s leadership position in the supplies and accessory markets."

"We are excited to team up with Europe's number-one technology distributor, Tech Data"; said Paul Gouka, vice president, Global Accounts & International Sales at Esselte. "We are confident that our partnership with Tech Data will enable us to further strengthen our position in the technology distribution channel for our new product ranges Leitz Icon, Leitz Complete and Leitz iLam. Tech Data's reseller network fits perfectly into the strategy of Esselte and we feel confident that together we will accelerate the success of the Leitz product groups."

Tech Data announces new distribution agreement with Lookout
2016-06-07

Tech Data Europe has unveiled a new Europe-wide agreement with Lookout, a global specialist in securing mobility. Lookout's cloud-based solution, offered through Tech Data Mobile in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, protects individuals and enterprises alike by predicting and stopping mobile attacks before they do harm. With this agreement, Tech Data Mobile extends its product portfolio to include licenses of Lookout Premium and provides its reseller community with another revenue stream to complement their mobile offering across accessories, wearables, companion products and software. Lookout's consumer application for iOS and Android delivers the essential security needed to keep mobile devices safe, including automatic protection from viruses, malware and spyware, lost and stolen phone remediation, privacy controls, and backup.

"The issue of protecting ourselves from the threat of cyberattacks—whether as individuals or in the enterprise—has never been more relevant, as viruses and malware become ever more sophisticated and numerous", said Stephen Nolan, senior vice president, Tech Data Mobile. "We are really looking forward to building Lookout's trusted and powerful protection into the integrated mobility solutions that we offer to our partners in the channel across Europe."

"Your phone is the center of your life, and keeping it safe is one of the first precautions that individuals take", said Gert-Jan Schenk, vice president, Lookout EMEA. "Through this partnership, we're able to tap into Tech Data's comprehensive European distribution network to expand the reach of Lookout's consumer solution, while providing real value across these resellers." Lookout's new Smart Code Licensing program makes it easy to sell and to purchase bulk licenses of Lookout's Premium consumer offering for both small businesses and individual consumers.

Distree 2016: a fill of innovations
2016-03-22

After a two-year gap, ITdistri was back at Distree EMEA. The event has evolved, becoming much larger in terms of surface area and number of exhibitors. Some visitors regretted a lack of major vendors, while others wished more African retailers and distributors: "in the past, we liked to come to Distree EMEA to meet companies from the whole region. Now, if we want to expand our coverage of the African continent, we ought to go to Distree Africa, which means more costs and time consumed for us. And even there, we will miss many French speaking distributors", one of them said anonymously. Nevertheless, the event was a success, with about 250 distributors, 150 retailers and etailers and about 130 exhibitors (including about 15 distributors wishing to expand their business in Europe or meet some of their existing customers in the region, including ABC Data, ATC, Avnet Technology Solutions, Daymen, GTI, IDCP, Inforlandia, Innelec Multimédia, Nedis, NTT System, Proks, PSA Parts, Tech Data Europe and Tekpoint). Singapore came in force, with a contingent of 10 companies overseen by the Singaporean-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce. Beside their one-to-one meetings, visitors could participate to workshops, conferences and keynote, to get valuable insight about the major trends of the consumer markets in the region, with analysts and consulting companies such as GfK, Early Metrics, Rude Baguette, Quadmark or Ocean Solutions.

The exhibit gave much room and space to wearables and smart objects. Among interesting vendors, ITdistri has selected the following companies:

  • Trackr, which has developed a Bluetooth tracking device and was looking for etailers, through its distributor Bullboat
  • More Technology, a Chinese company, represented in the EMEA region by the American company Sightline, which was presenting a connected weighing scale with a safe mode for pacemaker users and pregnant women. More Technology is looking for distributors, etailers and retailers everywhere in the EMEA region
  • Tunkmatik, a Turkish vendor used to Distree, was presenting, among others, the Nano UPS, the first UPS dedicated to small devices like routers or DSL modems
  • The American vendor Tangram Factory is selling Smart Rope, a smart skipping rope and already planning a smart dumbbell. It is already distributed by the German Mac specialist Macland in the DACH region as well as through some retailers in direct. It is now looking for more distributors in other European countries
  • German Tado and Dutch Thermostart have developed smart, connected thermostats as well as, for Tado, an air conditioning smart control system. Thermostart is distributed in the Netherlands by Navstar and Tado in Germany by Komsa (but also available through Difox). They are both looking forward expanding beyond their home markets, everywhere in Europe.
  • American physical security veteran First Alert, which is already distributed in Western Europe, is looking for new distributors in Eastern Europe, Russia and Middle East. It was presenting on Distree its One Link connected carbon monoxide detector.
  • Swiss startup Incharge was presenting its crowdfunded Lightning, Micro USB and Micro USB C micro-cables and was looking for distributors anywhere in the EMEA region
  • Singaporean Ospicon was showcasing its Sleepmat STS100, a sleeping mattress for babies, which include speakers to stream music and talk to the babies, a microphone to monitor his/her sounds and, thanks to fiber optic technology, no electromagnetic radiations. Already available in several Asian countries, the Sleepmat is waiting for distributors, etailers and retailers in the EMEA region.
  • Singaporean Oaxis was presenting its e-ink case for iPhone 6 as well as other products. The e-ink case includes photo display and ebook functions, and will include more through future firmware updates. Here again, Oaxis is looking for distributors, etailers and retailers everywhere.
  • The universal charging dock from German vendor Alldock has attracted much attention, especially its handmade wooden version. Beside incumbent distributor AIV in Germany, Alldock is looking for more distributors, etailers en retailers everywhere in the EMEA region.
  • German vendor Hotsplot was a bit of an intruder among the exhibitors, as its product, a remote-controlled public Wifi hotspot management solution which is compatible with all wifi routers and hotspots, would be better distributed through network VADs
  • Dutch Wakawaka was targeting more specifically the emerging or outdoor activity markets with its light-charging universal battery and LED light.
  • Hong-Kong company Elari won the Diamond Award with its Cardphone, an anti-smartphone the size of a credit card, which can be used in conjunction with any smartphone through Bluetooth, to optimize the use of home and travel SIM cards. The Cardphone is available in the EMEA region here and there, for example through SCP Technologies in France, One Stop Mobile in the Netherlands or Vitacom in Romania. The company is looking forward expanding its distribution network in the EMEA region with more distributors in countries where it is absent for the time being.

New vendors were not the only ones to present new products. Aiptek presented, a few days before the Cebit event in Germany, its DG-VTa, a dongle which can be connected easily via HDMI to a beamer to turn any projection surface into an interactive touchscreen display. The supplied pen serves as a sensor – when running it over the projection surface, the "DG-VTa" notices it like a touchscreen and transfers the signals accordingly. Inno3d, which is better know for its graphic cards, was showcasing its 3D printers (distributed quietly since a few month by German distributor API) and its Bluetooth LED bulbs. So, more than ever, Distree remains the place to be, to discover the major trends and new products to be distributed in the EMEA region over the months and years to come…

 

Tech Data Mobile Solutions Deutschland
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Tech Data Mobile Solutions Deutschland
Kistlerhofstrasse 75
D-81379 München
Germany
Phone : +49 (0)89 4700 0
Fax : +49 (0)89 4700 1000
Website : http://www.techdatamobile.de

Team

Vice-president : Mr Torben Pedersen (*** ****** ********* ** ***)
General manager : Mr Sven Hollemann (*** ****** ********* ** **)
Sales director : Mr Jürgen Jowanowitsch (*** ****** ********* ** ***** **)

Information

Creation year : 2007
Handelsregisternummer : München HRA 81177
VAT number : DE 813 593 638
Indirect turnover : 100%
Specialist : Telephony (analog, ISDN, mobile)
Main brands : HP Inc., Lenovo, LG, Microsoft (Lumia), Samsung
Clients : Associations, corporate resellers, dealers, department stores, hypermarkets, mail-order resellers, multispecialists, outlets, specialized resellers, specialized retailers, superstores, telecom operators, VAR
Employees : 23 people

Products

Accessories
Batteries for mobile phones
BlackBerry, HTC, Sonim
Battery chargers
HTC, Leitz, Sonim
Carry cases
Galeli Cases, HTC, Krusell, Leitz, Otterbox, Sonim
Headphones and microphones
BeeWi

Cabling and connectivity
Phone cables and connectivity
HTC, Sonim
Power cables and connectivity
HTC

Home entertainment and consumer electronics
Lifestyle products
BeeWi

Mobility
GPS hardware and software
Garmin
Mobility accessories
ASUS, BeeWi, BlackBerry, Galeli Cases, HP Inc., Krusell, Leitz, Otterbox, Trackimo
Mobility software
BlackBerry, IBM (Fiberlink Communications), SOTI, ThinPrint
Tablets and PDA
ASUS, HP Inc.

Networks
Powerline communications
BeeWi
Wireless network adapters
BeeWi

Peripherals
Bluetooth adapters
BeeWi
Mice, trackpads and trackpoints
BeeWi

Security
Content filtering
Silent Circle
Encryption
Adisoft Systems
Traffic monitoring
Lookout

Services
Added value
HPE
Insurance
SquareTrade
Mail
BlackBerry
Security as a Service
Lookout

Software
Mail and groupware software
BlackBerry, Blackberry (Good Technology)
Management software
BlackBerry, IBM (Fiberlink Communications), SOTI
Other types of software
Blackberry (Good Technology)

Telephony (analog, ISDN, mobile)
Mobile phones and smartphones
Apple, ASUS, BlackBerry, HP Inc., HTC, Lenovo, LG, RugGear, Samsung, Silent Circle, Sonim
Subscriptions (voice, data, energy)
T-Mobile, Telekom Deutschland
Telephony accessories
Apple, ASUS, BeeWi, BlackBerry, Galeli Cases, HP Inc., HTC, Leitz, Lenovo, LG, Otterbox, PanzerGlass, RugGear, Samsung, Savelli, Sonim