Global technology provider Arrow ECS and Commvault, a global leader in enterprise backup, recovery, archive and the cloud, announced the extension of their pan-EMEA collaboration to include Commvault’s Data Platform to open up data management capabilities that can be offered as-a-service or on-premise.
The new agreement builds on the long-standing relationship between the two companies, and will help Arrow provide more flexible licensing models for service provider customers. It covers Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Hungary, Italy, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and UK.
Together, Commvault and Arrow combine their expertise in data management technology and knowledge of the service market to offer flexible service delivery models, better meeting the needs of a broader range of customer-centric service providers.
“The Commvault Aggregator Program is designed to allow service providers to build their business with market-leading Commvault technology, and provides a framework for partners to engage with Commvault in a different way”, says Alexis Brabant, vice president for Arrow's enterprise computing solutions (ECS) business in EMEA. “By expanding our breadth of services with additional data management technologies, we look forward to better meeting the needs of our service providers and their end users, both now and in the future.”
“Arrow offers market-leading, value-added services dedicated to managed service providers, facilitating billing, reporting and license management”, said Bruce Park, vice president EMEA Channels & Alliances, Commvault. “With its EMEA footprint, Arrow is well placed to offer Commvault’s range of industry-leading data management technologies to its service provider community, a community that is increasingly leveraging Commvault backup and recovery solutions to drive new opportunities for business growth.”