RiT Tech, leading provider of structured cabling, Data Centre Infrastructure Management (DCIM) has entered into a strategic partnership with Champak Infosolution (CIS), a leading IT distribution company providing end-to-end technology solutions.
The alliance will reportedly help RiT Tech’s DCIM, AIM and its comprehensive connectivity offerings and will provide a platform for innovative solutions that will meet the immediate and future needs of varied clients. As an exclusive partner, CIS will be catering for the delivery of RiT Tech’s comprehensive suite of connectivity products and its software solution, XpedITe.
Assaf Skolnik, CEO, RiT Tech quoted, “Through this wonderful alliance with CIS, we will be able to increase our market share in the Indian market.”
RiT Tech’s CEO continues “As a growing force in data centre infrastructure management through our innovative software, XpedITe, RiT Tech’s pedigree in connectivity management and our reputable structured cabling offering, CIS is the perfect partner to provide access to wider distribution- connecting to many more customers and creating a partnership for future growth.”
Anuj Shukla, Country Director, RiT Tech quoted, “It is a real pleasure to forge such a partnership with Champak Infosolution. Through this partnership, RiT Tech’s vision to have a stronger presence in the Indian market will be achieved through increased market reach, improved logistics and market share. Our growth strategy is to increase our presence through increased team and regional tie-ups.”
Champak De, Head – Director, Champak Infosolution said, “We consider our association with RiT Tech as a valuable addition to our existing line of business. RiT Tech is a premium brand with a superior portfolio focused on today’s and future requirements of data centres and large networks. With this association we’ll be looking forward to supporting their growth plans with confidence”
As per Anand Bagaria, RCDD, Global Product Manager, “This partnership is a significant milestone in growing the India market with Made in India plans on card”.