Winning the title for the second year in a row, leading IT infrastructure provider Softcat has been named EMEA Partner of the Year by Nutanix, a leader in enterprise cloud computing.
The team’s outstanding efforts and collaboration with Nutanix led to their success and Softcat was praised for demonstrating a passion that produces results, challenging the status quo and delivering a top-quality service to its customers.
Nutanix software-based solutions offer secure and flexible ways to deliver cloud services. Through a versatile hyperconverged infrastructure, Nutanix enables powerful multi-cloud architectures to be built, combining private, public and distributed cloud operating environments into a single point of control. This allows day-to-day workloads to be run from an efficient and cost-effective hybrid cloud environment.
Colin Brown, Softcat Managing Director, said, “We love the cutting-edge work that Nutanix is doing with hyper converged infrastructure technology and are so delighted to be a part of it. The Softcat team has worked hard with Nutanix to deliver these powerful multi-cloud technologies to the organisations we work with, and I’m thrilled that this partnership has been recognised and strengthened with this award.”
Rodney Foreman, Vice President of Global Channel Sales at Nutanix, commended Softcat, saying, “Embedded into the DNA of our success, Nutanix partners and distributors are filled with a passion to challenge the status quo, embrace technology shifts, and provide the utmost in satisfaction to their customers. Softcat is a shining example of how this passion produces results.”
With the unmistakable benefits of cloud, organisations are increasingly looking for a simplified, more agile way to access cloud services. The partnership between Softcat and Nutanix provides the ideal opportunity for organisations to adopt award winning support.
If you’re interested in finding out more about the benefits of a simple, flexible cross cloud operating system, contact your account manager today.
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