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Tech Data Brings ‘Practice Builder’ Methodology to Partners

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… specialization and differentiation while enhancing partners’ growth potential,” said Pam Miller, director, Infrastructure Channels Research at IDC. “Great care has also been taken in not overwhelming partners or discouraging them due to the vast scope of knowledge they need to acquire to be successful in these new technologies.”

“We’ve engaged new client business as a direct result of the training and enablement sessions we developed by using the Practice Builder methodology with Tech Data,” said Tim Kinnerup, vice president, Sales, QCM Technologies, a business IT solutions reseller and Tech Data customer. “Our team completed the program, which helped us better understand our target market, and with Tech Data’s service offerings, we were able to leverage that knowledge to identify a significant opportunity at one of our best customers. We plan to dive in even further with Tech Data as we mine for more automation and orchestration opportunities in the future.”

For additional information, visit the Tech Data Practice Builder webpage or call (800) 237-8931.

1 IDC FutureScape: Worldwide IT Industry 2017 Predictions, November 2016; IDC #US41883016.

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