eSys bags Xserve rights

eSys is continuing to explore new product areas outside its core components focus. The fast-growing IT distributor has finalised a deal with Xserve India to promote the vendor’s storage solutions, surveillance solutions, security appliances and handheld enterprise devices in the region.

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By  Stuart Wilson Published  October 17, 2005

eSys is continuing to explore new product areas outside its core components focus. The fast-growing IT distributor has finalised a deal with Xserve India to promote the vendor’s storage solutions, surveillance solutions, security appliances and handheld enterprise devices in the Middle East. “We have been consistently adding value to our business year after year. eSys is committed to offer products and solutions which are profitable to our channel partners,” said Pavan Gupta, general manager at eSys. “We are pleased to partner with Xserve as they have a range of technically superior ‘value for money’ products in storage, surveillance over IP and other enterprise appliances. Moreover, Xserve’s association with international manufacturers ensures access to the latest technology, which will be beneficial to our business operations as well.” Headquartered in Bangalore, India, Xserve is the service, marketing and sales arm for some top original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and original design manufacturers (ODMs) including AnexTEK, AOpen, Apacer, Wistron and FalconStor. “We are aware of the capabilities of eSys and believe that they are the right partner for Xserve for making available our products and solutions in the Middle East. We will now be launching a partner programme in association with eSys under which we will be providing training to their sales and technical teams on a variety of products and solutions, so that the end customers get the best out of their investments,” said Rahul Gupta, managing director of Xserve. Xserve and eSys plan to work together to draw up a shortlist of suitable VARs, systems integrators and solution providers capable of taking the products to market in the Middle East. The two companies plan to conduct training programmes for these potential partners in the coming months.

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