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Spectrami reaches out to partners in ME

VAD conducts training workshop on copy data management with Actifio

Spectrami reaches out to partners in ME
Choudha says workshops are part of a wider plan to provide training to partners.

Spectrami, a regional value added distributor in the MENA region recently conducted a training workshop on copy data management in partnership with Actifio, the protection and availability storage (PAS) platform company.

The initiative is the first in the series to be held across the Middle East region as Spectrami plans to roll out similar initiatives in other parts of the region including Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Oman.

According to Spectrami, the workshop focused on the challenges faced by large organisations and enterprises across the Middle East region to counter the growing menace of copy data management and spiralling cost of managing storage.

Spectrami with Actifio updated channel partners about the latest global trends in the storage space and how Actifio with its PAS technology platform offering can help their customer particularly large organisations and enterprises reduce their storage cost by up to 90%.

Anand Choudha, managing director, Spectrami, said: "The workshop is part of Spectrami strategy to work closely with its channel partners and train them to be able to support the customers in pre-sales and post-sales implementations with an objective of creating a strong ecosystem of partners for Actifio in the region."

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