Colt has announced a partnership with Insight Enterprises to deliver networking, cloud and data centre services to Insight’s 80,000 customers across Europe. Through Insight’s cloud brand, their customers will gain access to the IT services that Colt has developed specifically for the channel to take to market.
The partnership is a key pillar in Insight’s strategy to answer businesses’ requirements at every step of the IT lifecycle and will see Insight’s customers benefiting from Colt’s award-winning services, extensive pan-European network and datacentre assets and guaranteed by Colt’s industry-leading service level agreements (SLAs).
“Insight chose to partner with Colt because of its capability, credibility and resources to deliver services to meet the needs of our entire customer base from start-ups and SMEs to the world’s largest corporations,” said Justin Griffiths, VP Product Management, Cloud & E-Commerce EMEA at Insight Enterprises. “It was important for us to find a partner that offered flexible terms and on-demand services, while at the same time having the capability and scale to support enterprise operations.”
The comprehensive portfolio of services for Colt resellers includes; IP VPN access, Colocation, vCloud services and Cloud Storage services as well as Colt’s on-demand ICT services portfolio, Colt Ceano. By partnering with Colt, channel partners are able to serve the needs and delivery preferences of their customers quickly and effortlessly, combining clear and competitive pricing with a wide range of state-of-the-art business technology solutions from a single provider. Insight will benefit from on-going revenue streams and deeper customer relationships with easy ordering, management and configuration of services through a dedicated online portal.
”We are delighted to be working with Insight. This is another milestone in our journey to take our cloud services portfolio to market across Europe” said Scott Holmes, Director, Cloud Services North Region, at Colt. “With the addition of Colt services, Insight will be able to offer its customers a wide range of innovative IT and telecoms services from just one trusted provider.”
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