The recognition granted to the subsidiary of the leading distributor of technology products in Latin America and the Caribbean rewards the work in product development and instills in resealing the focus on the management of cloud transformation projects.
Intcomex Peru received two important awards from Microsoft, which awarded this subsidiary of the leading platform in technology products and value-added solutions in Latin America and the Caribbean as the best distributor for the largest number of Azure customers and for growth in Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) in the period from July 1 to September 30, 2019.
The designation as the best distributor of Azure was achieved by the transactions in the period that lasted until December 2019. Eric Hachmann, General Manager at Intcomex Peru, thanked the prize given by Microsoft and explained that this was obtained by “the effort and the joint work of the Intcomex Peru workforce in product development, instilling in the process of refocusing the focus on the management of transformation projects towards the cloud delivering a comprehensive offer, where the consulting firm is enhanced and prioritized, training and implementation and switch services.”
On the other hand, Hachmann said that the recognition of the company for the growth in CSP is a product of the personalized work given to the resellers: “We focus on transforming transactional channels into a pay-per-use model through Microsoft’s cloud products. A part of this transformation is to develop the executives of our partners with new knowledge of both the product and strenghten its consulative side.”
Additionally, Intcomex Peru has specialized in its technical area with workshops and accompaniments to carry out demos and proof of concept required by its end customers to make the best decision.
“This recognition is the result of the work carried out throughout the year, in which we have ratified that we are a model distributor in the transformation towards the cloud and we’re sure that in this year we will have even greater results,” said Hachmann.