Tech Data launches enhanced HPE Accelerate programme

By Simon Meredith | 18th January 2021
  • Faster on-boarding means low-cost entry and speedier time-to-revenue
  • Revamped programme is open to all HPE partners

Basingstoke, 18 January 2021 – Tech Data has launched an enhanced version of its successful HPE Accelerate programme and is looking to on-board more partners over the next few months.

The HPE Accelerate programme brings together all the advantages of working with Tech Data to drive and develop HPE sales in a single and coherent, managed programme. It aims to deliver a superior experience and service to resellers and support them in gaining a competitive advantage and creating a profitable business practice.

It provides access to sales and technical teams, education, digital and financial platforms, and development resources. It is designed to make it easier for partners to get up, running, and benefiting from all the advantages that Tech Data and HPE can offer.

The updated programme offers faster on-boarding as well as additional enablement resources and dedicated account management and support. These are designed to achieve faster time to revenue for those in the programme, which is open to all HPE partners at all levels.

Andrew Stuart, HPE business unit director, Tech Data, Advanced Solutions, UK and Ireland, said: “There are tremendous opportunities for reseller and MSP partners with HPE right now – with the GreenLake hybrid cloud, the Aruba networking portfolio, HPE’s edge solutions, and its services, so it’s a really great time to engage on the Accelerate programme. With the additional educational, enablement and business development support we are providing, the programme provides everything partners need to really get their HPE business moving.”

Specialist tracks of the Accelerate programme are aligned to key markets and growth opportunities – in areas such as SMB and the not-for-profit sectors, and strategic HPE solutions, including GreenLake and hybrid IT, Aruba, IoT, and PointNext services.

Picture: Andrew Stuart, Tech Data.

Tech Data Andrew Stuart


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