Accops Conduct Partner-Enablement Session
Accops: Reshaping Enterprise Desktop Computing
Friday, November 3, 2017 | www.cellit.in
Pune: Accops, the technology provider of application and desktop virtualization and secure remote products, recently conducted the quarterly partner enablement programme in Pune. More than ten leading system integrators and resellers companies and newly appointed Accops distributor BrightStar attended the enablement program.
Accops operate through a channel network of more than 75 resellers in India and globally. “For us, to grow and compete at a global level and; to ensure channel network enablement and growth are crucial factors,” said Mohan Bhat, Co-founder, and MD, Accops. “We conduct regular training and certification program to help partners sell and support virtualization products. VDI has a lot of moving partners and it requires the right partnership between resellers and OEMs. We aim to enhance our partner enablement program to build the right skills for sales as well as pre-sales requirements for our partner network.”
“Micropoint believes everyone deserves both dignity and opportunity. Many SI’s still struggles to position right solution for workspace virtualization which would constitute proper security to fulfill the exact requirement of the end customer. The two days training program of Accops gave us immense knowledge for addressing the upcoming market opportunities. The entire training session was really informative and worthwhile,” said Amol Mahale, Director, Micropoint.
As part of the event, participants appeared for sales and pre-sales certification programs. Accops provides certification programs for sales representatives and recognizes them as ‘Accops certified Sales Professional’. For pre-sales and support personnel’s, Accops ran certification program for ‘Accops Certificate VDI Professional’ and ‘Accops Certificate VDI Expert’.
Accops customers include large enterprises like Aditya Birla Group, L&T, Axisbank, Deutsche Bank, LIC MF, Wockhardt and more. Accops’ global customers include large universities and government offices in Japan, Central Europe and Middle East.