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Dell partners see a bright future for the enterprise-focused solution provider now that corporate raider Carl Icahn has thrown in the towel on his bid to take control of Dell.
Icahn opposed the $24.8 billion leveraged buyout plan put forth by Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners. But the billionaire investor abandoned his own plan for Dell Monday morning, declaring in a shareholder letter that it was “almost impossible” to win the stockholder vote scheduled for Sept. 12.
As technology continues to change, companies should stay focused on their brand and culture to drive success and attract customers, according to a panel of SP500 executives.
The panel, held at the Best of Breed conference hosted by CRN publisher The Channel Company, discussed how leading solution providers are evolving and thriving in a competitive and changing environment. The executives all agreed that branding was one of the key ways companies could distinguish themselves and stay relevant as technology
Solution providers Tuesday hailed the completion of Dell Chairman and CEO Michael Dell’s $24.9 billion buyout of the company he founded as a direct sales PC builder 27 years ago in his dorm room as a channel game changer.
Dell partners see the Dell and private equity player Silver Lake Partners’ completion of the deal as opening the door to faster sales growth for the company and for the channel.
Partners, in fact, said they see Michael Dell moving quickly to drive
We are very excited to have been quoted in Forbes Magazine in support of Michael Dell taking Dell private.
Originally posted by Connie Guglielmo, Forbes Staff on Forbes.com
Why is Michael Dell still the right man to lead the company? After all, he’d already spent more than fives years working on a turnaround before deciding the costly, messy transformation of his eponymous PC maker into an enterprise solutions provider could only succeed outside the public eye.
Customers and partners say he’s the only man who can pull it off —
Dell Corp. Founder, Chairman and CEO Michael Dell Tuesday said the company’s move to tightly integrate its channel business into its sales organization is designed to accelerate channel sales growth.
“When we started the channel program back in 2007 — because it was a relatively new effort — it kind of made sense to have it as a separate organization,” said Dell in an exclusive interview with CRN. “We are really proud of the work that our partners have done
Dell’s new channel chief Cheryl Cook says she’s ready to hit the ground running, and over the next few months she will be listening to partners, ready to hear what their pain points are and what’s working.
In her first interview as Dell’s vice president of global channels and alliances, she told CRN that in the months ahead, she’ll use that feedback to make changes that reflect the new Dell and benefit its 143,000 partners.
By Kevin McLaughlin, originally on CRN Dec. 04, 2013
Microsoft is considering expanding its Authorized Devices Reseller Program to allow more of its U.S. partners to sell Surface tablets, CRN has learned.
Microsoft is reaching out to a “limited number” of partners with the “potential” to help it meet its sales goals for Surface, Eric Martorano, general manager of Microsoft’s U.S. Partner Sales organization, wrote in an email to partners earlier this week, which was viewed by CRN.
Sources told CRN that Microsoft has contacted around 100 U.S. partners that
Zebra Technologies’ proposed $3.45 billion all-cash acquisition of Motorola Solutions’ enterprise business opens the door to a channel battle royale in the emerging Internet of Things market, according to solution providers.
Zebra, which had $1 billion in sales last year, is buying a $2.5 billion business with robust mobile computing and data capture communications technologies and services. Motorola’s $2.5 billion in pro forma revenue last year did not include its iDEN portfolio of wireless communications products, which also are not part
Oracle said Friday it has promoted Hewlett-Packard to top-level status in its Oracle PartnerNetwork, and partners said the unexpected move could signal a thaw in the recently frosty relationship between the vendors.
HP now has Diamond-level status, the highest ranking in Oracle’s partner program. HP was already an Oracle Platinum level partner, having achieved that certification late last year, Robert Hildenbrand, vice president of worldwide Oracle application services at HP, said in an interview.
Hildenbrand called the promotion “a positive move”
Two of Microsoft’s top executives are reportedly leaving the company, and another is getting an adjusted role, in what would be the first major organizational changes in the wake of the appointment of new Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella last month.
Nadella told his employees on Friday that Tami Reller, executive vice president of marketing, and Tony Bates, executive vice president of business development and evangelism, are both departing, Re/code reported Sunday.
Microsoft is expected to officially announce their departures on Tuesday,
CA Senior Vice President Adam Famularo, a 16-year CA veteran, has stepped aside suddenly after less than six months in the top North America channel chief job after an apparent conflict over the strategic direction of the indirect channel, sources said.
Famularo, a widely recognized and respected channel executive who was named one of the 50 most influential channel chiefs by CRN in 2014, could not be reached for comment.
CA also could not be reached for comment at press time.
One day after Apple and IBM unveiled a historic partnership to push mobile solutions into the enterprise, solution providers working with the tech giants are seeking details on how — or if– they will be able to participate in the landmark deal.
The agreement, which is being billed as an exclusive partnership, signals enormous strides in the enterprise space for both companies as Apple mobile devices would be sold by IBM to business customers, backed with customized “built-for-business” applications.
Staples is selling Thrive Networks — its MSP unit featured on CRN’s 2014 Managed Service Provider Elite 150 list — to telecom services company MetTel, the companies said Tuesday.
The purchase will allow MetTel, which is based in New York and has 7,600 customers, to add network management and monitoring, virtualization solutions, data protection and a cloud service to its managed services offering. Financial details of the acquisition were not disclosed.
Thrive Networks, which employs more than two-thirds of
Digital designers, engineers, CAD/CAM workers and medical imagers might wish to orient the screen vertically at times. The UD970 has that covered with the ability to pivot the screen 90 degrees to best match the content. Samsung provides drivers for Mac OS X and Windows.
“Even programmers and web coders could benefit from ultra high definition because it displays more lines of code on the screen at once,” said Ramseen Evazians, Samsung’s manager of commercial displays, during the
Solution providers Monday said they would welcome a potential merger between storage giant EMC and either Dell or Hewlett-Packard.
The solution providers were commenting on a Wall Street Journal report that EMC, under pressure from an activist investor and facing the potential retirement of CEO Joe Tucci, had held merger and acquisition discussions with both HP and Dell.
EMC, HP and Dell have all refused to comment on the report.
Douglas Grosfield, president and CEO of Xylotek Solutions, Cambridge Ontario, said
Verizon Enterprise Solutions is stepping up its channel march by appointing 16-year channel veteran Adam Famularo, recognized as one of the top channel executives in the country, as vice president of global channels for the telecom superpower.
“The channel commitment is there and it is on an upward trajectory; my job is to get it growing even faster,” said Famularo, who previously spent 16 years in various channel roles at CA Technologies and has been ranked numerous times by CRN
Solution providers Monday said Chinese computer giant Lenovo faces big security and integration challenges as it moves to integrate IBM’s x86 server business now that it has finalized the $2.1 blockbuster deal, which will go into effect Wednesday.
Joe Lore, sales director of Sunntech, a Lenovo partner based in Woburn, Mass., said he doesn’t see this deal impacting his current business with smaller companies up to about 25 employees, but he said it could be an opportunity for his business to
Originally Posted By Steven Burke on October 5, 2014 on CRN.com
Hewlett Packard is set to split into two companies: a $56 billion PC and Printing business and a $56 billion enterprise computing, software and services business, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
The split would be accounted for as a tax-free distribution of shares with HP CEO Meg Whitman having a hand in both companies: remaining as chairman of the PC and printer business with Printing and Personal Systems Executive Vice President Dion Weisler taking the CEO post,
Sam Haffar, the CEO of Houston-based Computex Technology Solutions, one of the top national solution providers at No. 123 on the 2014 CRN SP500, said he also sees a split providing a new competitive spark to both businesses.
“This shakes things up and unlocks value,” said Haffar. “I think it could give those businesses more focus allowing them to perform better. They are different businesses. They should operate independently. The Enterprise Group and PPS (Printing Personal Systems Business) operate independently anyway.
Following news that HP will divide itself into two businesses, HP channel partners and competitors Lenovo and Dell look ahead to the impact of the move on the markets that HP operates in.
Less than four months ago, Hewlett-Packard Co.’s Project Smart Choice went live. Project Smart Choice was HP’s way of putting itself in front of IBM customers and partners as Lenovo and IBM waited for the sale of IBM’s x86 server business to Lenovo to
A Hewlett-Packard acquisition in the range of $6 to $10 billion is “imminent,” according to a Re/code report based off a research note from Sanford Bernstein Analyst Toni Sacconaghi.
The Re/code report and analyst note followed HP CEO Meg Whitman’s meeting Wednesday with analysts in New York on the company’s planned split into two publicly-traded, Fortune 50 companies, each with $56 billion in sales. The companies would be named HP Inc., which would including printers and PCs, and Hewlett-Packard
Next week, in a rare meeting of rival CEOs, Meg Whitman and Michael Dell are set to face-off and make their cases to several hundred channel partners on why their vision to transform the IT industry trumps the others amid massive industry upheaval.
Dell is set to speak Monday, while Whitman is expected to take the stage Wednesday at the Best of Breed (BoB) Conference in Orlando, Fla., presented by CRN parent The Channel Company. It will be Whitman’s
Michael Goldstein, president and CEO of LAN Infotech, a Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Dell partner, said he also has a level of trust with his Dell reps that is driving a 25 percent increase in his Dell business this year. “The trust is there,” he said. “We have become the trusted advisor for customers working with Dell reps. We don’t have to worry the client is going to go direct to Dell and get a better price. They are getting the