Tech Data announced the launch of Digital Practice Builder – an enablement platform designed to accelerate channel partners’ competencies around cloud, security and analytics. The Digital Practice Builder platform builds on the benefits of Tech Data’s Centre of Excellence (CoE) to create an end-to-end program to help partners grow within these next-generation technology sectors.
Digital Practice Builder is aimed at enabling partners to keep pace with the complex IT landscape. As an online learning platform for digital enablement, the learning paths covered include sales enablement, marketing, services delivery, strategy development and, training enablement (technical).
With the launch of Digital Practice Builder, Tech Data will enable the reseller community across Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) to access Microsoft’s revised partner program. It provides partners the capability to leverage a variety of opportunities aligned with Microsoft Cloud to innovate, scale and differentiate the types of solutions they offer, as well as drive progress toward earning a solutions designation.
“Digital Practice Builder is our newest initiative that enables channel partners to scale their resources, skills and investment holistically, to rapidly develop specialization and differentiation, with the aim of enhancing their business growth potential,” said Sundaresan Kanappan, Vice President High Growth Technologies, Tech Data Asia Pacific & Japan. “What sets Digital Practice Builder apart in the industry is its emphasis on learning at scale and convenience, which we anticipate will be a game-changer and catalyst for channel growth.”
Tech Data leveraged the collective expertise of the IT ecosystem - which includes partners and vendors - to build Digital Practice Builder. The platform is now available for channel partners at no cost, and delivers significant value in today’s evolving technology landscape where next-generation technologies drive innovation and competitiveness.
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