Dell Technologies channel partners can stay afloat with new relief offers.
Dell Technologies channel partners can get cash flow assistance, on-demand services training and certification, and more from their technology partner, the company recently announced. The vendor’s commitment is to help partners navigate business operations through the ongoing pandemic.
For many partner firms, as well as their customers, the biggest current concern is cash flow. Dell is addressing both channel partners and customers with relief programs, according to Joyce Mullen, president, global channel, embedded and edge solutions at Dell. “COVID-19 has changed the way we work, the way we interact, and the way we approach public health. But it hasn’t changed our commitment to our partners. We have our partners’ backs. We always have, and always will,” Mullen wrote in a blog. “That’s why we’ve been working on ways we can continue to support our partners – so they can continue to support their customers – during this unpredictable time.”
For Dell Technologies channel partners, the company is offering the following:
In other happenings at Dell – Jim DeFoe, senior vice president, worldwide distribution at Dell, stepped down on April 4th. DeFoe announced his retirement
earlier this year.
DeFoe’s tenure at Dell goes back to before the company merger with EMC. He began his career at Dell in January 1997. Before moving into his distribution role,over three year ago, DeFoe was vice president, global commercial channel sales and programs. He was responsible for all channel sales and programs in North America.
Dell Technologies World 2020 is scheduled as a virtual event in October.
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