IT management software vendor SolarWinds has further expanded its Asia Pacific distribution relationship with Westcon-Comstor to now include Australia and Singapore.
The two already have an existing agreements in China, Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand.
“The addition of SolarWinds to our already diverse vendor portfolio enables our valued partners to provide future-proof, flexible solutions to their customers,” Westcon-Comstor Australia managing director, Phil Cameron, said.
SolarWinds provides organisations with the ability to monitor and manage the performance of their IT environments, whether on-premises, in the cloud, or hybrid models.
“This partnership is a great addition to our extensive and diverse portfolio of partners,” Westcon-Comstor Asia Pacific executive vice president Patrick Aronson, said. “SolarWinds and Westcon-Comstor are both closely aligned on the same goals of delivering greater value to technology professionals.”
Westcon-Comstor is currently engaging with Solarwinds' APAC executive team on a go-to-market strategy and marketing plan. The vendor currently counts more than 300,000 customers globally.
SolarWinds senior vice president of international sales David Cronk added that Westcon-Comstor’s extensive partner network - specifically in the government and commercial sectors - go-to-market offerings and leadership experience, were a complementary fit.
“Together, we believe the expansion will further strengthen our presence in the emerging cloud and hybrid IT market," Cronk said. "We look forward to seeing this win-win partnership unlock new opportunities and simplify the lives of technology professionals in the region."