Tech Data becomes Syniti’s first distribution partner in APAC

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Mumbai: Tech Data and Syniti have announced a new distribution partnership in the Asia Pacific. The partnership will allow enterprises across the Asia Pacific to deploy Syniti Data Replication flexibly over the cloud, on-premises and hybrid models. 

Tech Data is Syniti’s first appointed distribution partner in the Asia Pacific region. The tie-up will help Syniti Data Replication’s distribution in the region via Tech Data’s regional network of channel partners. These partners specialize in new technologies like data and artificial intelligence.

It will also leverage Tech Data’s Center of Excellence to provide deep consultative and technical expertise in Syniti’s data solutions and support customers in scaling businesses.

With Syniti Data Replication, organisations can expect a low-touch, flexible data replication solution.

“As a data integration tool, Syniti Data Replication aligns perfectly with Tech Data’s analytics capabilities, and strengthens our solution offerings to help enterprises drive better-informed business decisions and outcomes in their unique digital transformation journey,” said Bennett Wong, VP – Advanced Solutions – Modern Data Centre and Analytics, Tech Data APAC.

“Through our partnership with Syniti, we look forward to jointly helping Asia Pacific enterprises become more resilient and competitive by investing in the right data analytics platforms,” added Wong.
“Data is at the core of every business transformation, and choosing the right partner and technology can mean the difference between a successful or failed transformation,” said Gordon Lam, President – Asia Pacific and Japan, Syniti.

“For Syniti, this Asia Pacific partnership comes at a critical time, as we continue to expand and scale in the region. Together, we hope to help organisations harness data as a key competitive advantage, deliver actionable insights, and achieve business agility,” added Lam.

Investment in digital transformation will be expected to total $6.8 trillion between 2020 to 2023, according to IDC. And data will take the centre stage to become the key differentiator for businesses.

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