This team will offer ongoing support, and exclusive access to insider training, tools, resources and expertise for partners and HPE alike.
Based on HPE’s initial programme in the Asia Pacific region, HPE is expanding this programme globally.
HPE and channel partner solutions “architects” are at the centre of their customers’ business IT decisions, helping them define their business needs and prescribing the correct blend of enterprise solutions to help them achieve their goals. HPE said it is investing significantly to enable the technical community to deliver high-value solutions based on HPE innovation and to reward and differentiate partners for their investments. That’s what HPE says, although it’s awful jargon heavy English.
Global Channel Chief for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Paul Hunter said: “With HPE Tech Pro Community, HPE is extending its commitment to the channel and its own solutions architects by elevating their expertise in a way that not only helps our members drive business outcome-led solutions but also promotes learning, networking and career growth across the industry. Working with our partners across the globe allows for information sharing, which will break down barriers and enable a more seamless and fluid partner technical experience for us and our partners.”
Can’t HPE get someone who understands English to fashion its press releases?