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At the Dell EMC Global Partner Summit yesterday, there was discussion of the enormous opportunity in front of Dell Technologies and its partner community to help customers digitally transform their businesses.  There are many partners who have seen their businesses grow year-over-year and who are embracing the opportunity ahead.

John Byrne mentioned on stage Dell EMC has Big Dreams for the future and has a goal to be the #1 Channel in the industry.  The Opportunity is Real.  The Time is Now.  The team is Us.

To recognize some of the partners who are growing with Dell EMC, John Byrne, Jay Snyder and Joyce Mullen were joined on stage by Michael Dell to recognize the winners of the 2017 Dell EMC Partners of the Year.

Worldwide

  • Global Alliance Partner of the year – Atos
  • Global Services Partner of the Year, Solutions Provider– Systech
  • Global Distribution Partner of the Year – Ingram Micro
  • Net New Customer Partner of the Year – CDW
  • Global Growth Partner of the Year, Alliances – HCL
  • OEM Partner of the Year – Arrow Intelligent Systems
  • Service Provider of the Year – Atos

 EMEA

  • Regional Solution Provider of Year – SCC – France
  • Growing at a Premium to Market – Atea

North America

  • Regional Solution Provider of the Year – WWT

 APJ

  • Regional Solution Provider of the Year – Kolon Benit – Korea
  • Regional Distribution Partner of the Year – DIS

LatAm

  • Regional Solution Provider of the Year – Unitech – Brazil

Congratulations and Thank You to each of the Dell EMC Partners of the Year award winners!  We thank you for your commitment to Dell EMC and look forward to recognizing all the great work from our partner community at next year’s Global Partner Summit at Dell EMC World.

Arrow Intelligent Systems, OEM Partner of the Year

Atos, Global Alliance Partner of the Year

Systech, Global Services Partner of the Year, Solutions Provider

Ingram Micro, Global Distribution Partner of the Year

CDW, Net New Customer Partner of the Year

HCL, Global Growth Partner of the Year, Alliances

SCC – France, Regional Solution Provider of the Year, EMEA

Atea, Growing at a Premium to Market

Atos, Service Provider of the Year

WWT, Regional Solution Provider of the Year, North America

Kolon Benit – Korea, Regional Solution Provider of the Year, APJ

DIS, Regional Distribution Partner of the Year

Unitech – Brazil, Regional Solution Provider of the Year, LatAM

Let’s Realize Extraordinary Together

Dell EMC Partner Post Blog

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Dell EMC Partner Post Blog

The Red Hot Chilli Pipers kicked off the Scottish-themed session with incredible energy.

Just three months after officially launching the Dell EMC Partner Program, this week at the 2017 Dell EMC Global Partner Summit in Las Vegas, John Byrne, President, Dell EMC Global Channels, unveiled his vision for the Global Channels organization.

“Make no mistake: we have ambitions to be Number 1. We want to be the best and the biggest Channel player in our industry,” Byrne revealed. “And you want to know a secret? I know we’re going to do it.”

The Dell EMC Partner community is already putting points on the board and seeing impressive wins in its short time as a combined community, as evident in part from the multi-million dollar Partner wins Byrne spotlighted on the main stage.

“We promised you Simple. Predictable. And Profitable,” he reminded the audience. “But talk is cheap. Let’s see how we’re doing.”

Since February, the Dell EMC Partner Program has rolled out one, unified program, one Partner Portal, Rules of Engagement, simplified rebates, deal registration, and made an incremental $150 million investment in incentives, among other initiatives.

See how the Dell EMC Partner Program is structured to deliver Simple. Predictable. Profitable.™

The Dell EMC Partner Program team continues to listen to and work with Partners, and new updates were announced on today’s GPS main stage – all designed to take cost and friction out of Partners’ selling motions, and make them even more successful.

  • Infrastructure Incumbency Expansion to include Server and Networking in addition to Storage
    • Based on historical look-back for revenue and deal registration
    • Goes live May 22
    • For Commercial Segment
  • Client Incumbency
    • Forward-looking on net-new business (new customers or new business on inactive accounts)
    • Goes live May 22
    • For Commercial Segment
  • Virtustream Joins the Partner Program
    • Partners now can sell Dell Technologies’ enterprise-class public cloud consumption with private cloud performance, availability and security… at scale
    • Front-end margin, Tier credits, top rebate eligibility
    • Effective immediately
  • Flexible Consumption Models
    • Cloud Flex for VxRail and XC Series
    • Flex On Demand for all storage platforms
    • Both models profit-share, give Tier credit, and are subject to Incumbency on commercial accounts
  •  Client as a Service
    • Latest Dell PC hardware, peripherals, software
    • Single price per seat, per month
    • Coming soon

Dell also reminded Partners of Working Capital Solutions, the company’s offer of extended payment terms and increased credit capacity to enable Partners to grow their business faster. “Partners using Working Capital Solutions are growing at 24% premium versus Partners who aren’t,” Byrne revealed.

Some special guests joined the GPS stage, including Michael Dell, chairman and chief executive officer, Dell Technologies;  Joyce Mullen, senior vice president and general manager, OEM and IoT Solutions, and Jay Snyder, senior vice president of Global Alliances, Service Providers and Industries.

Michael Dell: “The Channel Matters to Me Personally”

Dell Technologies’ chairman Michael Dell’s commitment to the Channel is well-documented. Dell joined Byrne on the GPS main stage, and spoke about the opportunity he sees for Partners.

“We have the strongest and broadest Partner community in the world,” Dell said. “There are enormous cross-selling opportunities across the full portfolio – those are opportunities to make meaningful impacts for our customers.”

Michael Dell and John Byrne stress the importance of the Dell EMC Partners.

Joyce Mullen: “Dell EMC is the #1 OEM Provider Worldwide”

Mullen shared the news with the standing-room-only crowd that Dell EMC is now the number one OEM provider worldwide.* “We didn’t get here alone,” Mullen said. “Dell EMC OEM Partners were critical in this accomplishment, and will play an enormous role in extending this lead in the future.”

Jay Snyder: Global Alliances Seizes the Opportunity with Alignment

Global Alliances and their Partners have already touched 20% of the Core Enterprise Dell EMC deals to-date, representing 50% of the Fortune 500 companies. Snyder said they’re just getting started.

With commitment from the highest levels of the company; alignment across the selling teams and rich incentives for service providers and strategic outsourcers, and the confidence to aggressively attack the market, Snyder said, “We’re poised to do phenomenal things in FY18 and beyond.”

“This opportunity that’s at our doorstep is once-in-a-lifetime. This Program is being built for you and with you,” Byrne said. “Your success matters. You matter. We’re a team. Let’s realize extraordinary together.”

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* Merchant Embedded OEM Global Share based on 2016 Dollar Volume Shipments, VDC Research

 

Get Ready for Extraordinary at the Dell EMC World Global Partner Summit

John Byrne

John Byrne

President, Dell EMC Global Channels
John Byrne

GPS

We’re about to kick off the first-ever Dell EMC Global Partner Summit (GPS). This event is no small thing. Becoming Dell EMC has been an extraordinary journey, for our company and for you, our partners.

Today, our Channel business represents $35 billion. Yet some call us the “dark horse” of the channel. You know what? They’re right. Our opportunity to win big is nothing short of tremendous—we have the most compelling portfolio, with outstanding talent, and a Channel business that’s growing faster than the market.

I think you’ll agree and it bears repeating: our opportunity is nothing short of tremendous.

We know to realize that incredible opportunity, we need incredibly strong partners and a partner program that rewards and incentivizes you to go big with Dell EMC. We’ve been listening to you. Your input has been invaluable. When I take the GPS main stage on Tuesday, October 18, I’ll reveal some incredibly exciting details about our new partner program. I hope you’ll be as fired up as I am about what we have built so far.

Dell EMC GPS doesn’t end with my keynote though. There are plethora opportunities for you to learn about the Dell + EMC value proposition, grow your business and transform your customers’ businesses.

At Dell EMC GPS, you can expect:

  • Two days of channel-specific breakout sessions designed to help you learn and grow your business
  • Presentations and panel discussions from Michael Dell, Marius Haas, Bill Scannell and more
  • Enlightening discussion about the new world order of marketing and selling from noted author and thought leader, Scott Stratten
  • Killer entertainment … It is Austin, after all!

For those of you planning on attending, I can’t wait to see you. Travel safe. And for those of you unable to attend in-person, we have lots of ways for you to stay connected:

  • Subscribe right here, to the Partner Post blog, for daily recaps of GPS events, including channel-focused breakout sessions and overall Dell EMC World need-to-know news
  • Check out and download the Partner News app to receive up-to-the-minute news and real-time notifications
  • Join the #DellEMCWorld #GlobalPartnerSummit conversation with @DellEMCPartners and me, @JohnByrneCSO

Stay close and stay tuned. Lots of great stuff ahead. This is an extraordinary moment in time.

I’m ready to win big. Are you?

 

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