Evros Technology Group has been named Titanium Partner with Dell EMC.
*Evros Managing Director Brian Larkin, with Dell EMC UK&I Channel Director Sarah Shields and Comsys Enterprise Director Ben McGahon.
Titanium Status is reserved for partners who have shown an exemplary commitment to Dell EMC and customers in transforming IT and digital business.
Evros welcomed the good news from Dell EMC headquarters this week:
“We are very proud to announce our Titanium Partnership with Dell EMC together with Comsys An Evros Company,” says Evros Managing Director, Brian Larkin.
“Titanium partnership is the highest level of partnership with Dell EMC, and this is representative of the significant investment Evros Technology Group has made in recent years to ensure we are providing our customers with industry-leading Dell EMC capabilities. In working with Dell EMC, we have achieved great success in enabling digital transformation and tangible business outcomes for our customers.”
Evros was previously awarded Platinum before elevating to Titanium status this year, following several years of strong partnership between Comsys and Dell EMC. The Dublin enterprise technical solutions company (Comsys) was acquired by Evros Technology Group back in March 2017.
“Partners with the Titanium Status are some of our most strategic partners, those who have consistently supported Dell EMC products, services and solutions to the benefit of our mutual customers. As we move forward, this new status gives us even greater opportunity to provide them with the strategic support, services, and recognition they deserve, and together we’ll push the envelope even further,” said Colm Greene, Ireland Channel Sales Director Dell EMC.
“Evros has certainly earned this distinction and we look forward to an even stronger and mutually beneficial partnership moving forward.”
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