Featuring clients that have undergone transformational journeys using cloud technologies, as well as experts in the Node4 team, TransformIT is an opportunity for channel partners to network and see real-life digital transformation challenges and understand how to support their customers’ businesses become more scalable, agile, and mobile.
During the event IT leads from Node4 customers BMI Healthcare, Forest Holidays and Homeserve will share their experiences from the coal face, demonstrating how customers’ businesses can benefit from cloud, collaboration, and enhanced connectivity.
With a focus on the mid-market challenges of cloud transformation, collaborative workplaces and security, Node4 is delivering a series of initiatives that allow its partners to hold meaningful conversations with their customers.
TransformIT is being hosted at Node4’s Tier3+ Data Centre in Northampton, on Thursday 26th April, and will feature a series of experts discussing the key challenges.
Node4 will show partners how to transform your customer’s business technology and help them achieve their objectives by combining applications, data and services, covering the following topics:
• Infrastructure as a service
• Private, Public and Hybrid Cloud
• Colocation services
• Security and business continuity
• Backup, Storage, Disaster Recovery
• Collaboration tools such as Voice & Video calling, Virtual Meetings, and Messaging Apps
• Managed Desktops
Attendees will also be able to demo and explore Node4’s new IT and technology developments.
Andy Wilson, Director of Channel Sales said: “The Node4 Partner Markets’ ambition and passion is to deliver a channel without challenge and we are pitting 2018 as our year of partner enablement.
“We want to enable our resellers to be best-positions to negotiate the mid-market business community and the challenges these organisations face, effectively allowing channel partners to have confidence and be well-equipped to help navigate cloud transformation with their own customers.
“The channel is changing and we know one size doesn’t fit all. With greater customer demands, partners need education and enablement. Against this backdrop we need to help our partners grow as well as win and retain business.”
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