Tech Data today announced that it has been appointed as a distributor for Dbvisit, a worldwide leader in replicating and streaming Oracle data. The partnership will see Tech Data provide its partners in Australia and New Zealand with the entire portfolio of Dbvisit data solutions, which protect and manage mission critical data, including disaster recovery, offload reporting, migrations and upgrades, and data distribution.
“Data management presents a key opportunity for the channel today,” said Wendy O’Keeffe, country general manager, Australia and New Zealand at Tech Data. “Data is becoming critically important in digital business initiatives and intelligent decision-making. The full range of Dbvisit solutions will enhance our current data management offering for partners, creating a unique solution combining real time analytics, disaster recovery and replication.”
“We are very excited to have Tech Data distributing Dbvisit solutions via its extensive partner network in Australia and New Zealand,” said Chris Lawless, vice president of Product Management for Dbvisit. “We are already working with Tech Data in many other markets around the world and have found their knowledge and expertise to be invaluable in assisting local partners to deliver effective data management solutions to their customers.”
The Dbvisit portfolio is suitable for both Oracle Database Enterprise Edition and Standard Edition, making it an excellent addition to Tech Data’s current data management solution offering. Partners can now leverage Tech Data’s in-depth expertise to access and implement these solutions quickly and easily, adding new revenue streams for their business.
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