Nuvias is adding NetAlly to its portfolio of Advanced Networking business solutions.
NetAlly network testing tools enable technicians to act rapidly by validating and troubleshooting network connectivity issues. NetAlly’s innovative business solutions help enterprise customers design, deploy and optimise wired and wireless LANs for improved performance, security, and compliance.
Paul Eccleston, Executive Chairman for the Nuvias Group commented: “NetAlly fits beautifully into the Nuvias portfolio for several reasons. Importantly, it enables customers to fine-tune their networks to ensure maximum productivity, a primary concern for every business today. It also complements and interoperates with our range of advanced networking solutions from other vendors. This is important for Nuvias, as we focus on delivering complete, integrated solutions to our partners and their customers.”
Wi-Fi networks are an essential building block of any business today. They are expected to work without interruption, and when they don’t, they impact customer service and prospective business. Taking a proactive approach and having accurate diagnostic tools lets you prevent downtime, maximizing your potential for productivity.
“We are proud to be building on our current success in EMEA by adding Nuvias to our newly formed Alliance Partner Program under NetAlly. With the pan-European reach of Nuvias and the focus of our products in the advanced networking division, we can both look forward to our planned growth, especially alongside complementary vendors and products. The new relationship provides reach into regions where we had little coverage, but also brings together a partner community that has been waiting for direction and support to really grow this product line in the direction it deserves,” said Kevin Astill, NetAlly, EMEA Regional Vice President.
Nuvias will be distributing NetAlly’s wired and wireless network testing portfolio through its EMEA partner network, offering training and demo units to ensure expert sales consultancy as well as other value-added services.
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