According to a study by The Economist, the world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but is now data – a company’s data.
It states that while many companies generate similar types of data, how that data is leveraged by them differs dramatically. Those that successfully adopt digital tools to harness their data potential end up with the competitive advantage.
So it all boils down to how a company manages its data. And that is where Tarsus Distribution and its portfolio of services and products comes into play.
“Tarsus Distribution has always prided itself on the solutions it supplies to its reseller partners and in turn to their end users. In addition, we pride ourselves on the pre sales support and services we provide,” says Chris Larkins, business unit manager for Dell Enterprise at Tarsus.
For the past decade we have been one of the top distributors of Dell products and we are now extending our capabilities across the more enterprise EMC solutions to our valued channel partners.
We had traditionally positioned ourselves as the go-to company for mid-market and SME’s with our Dell portfolio. And now we are able to offer enterprises the same experience when dealing with us, specifically around storage, systems and data protection solutions.
The Dell EMC range of services and products is designed to reduce the cost and complexity of data management with its hardware, software, solutions and services for managing and protecting data.
This enables Tarsus Distribution to assist customers wanting to streamline their IT infrastructure – including servers, storage, data protection, and converged and hyper-converged solutions.
To complement the infrastructure, Dell EMC’s data management solutions are designed to enable organisations to simplify their data landscape while securing data assets. Its data protection solutions protect business-critical data with backup and recovery, data archiving and backup software.
“With organisations having to manage massive amounts of unstructured data that continues to grow, we can offer the ability to leverage the value of their data with the Dell EMC unstructured data solutions that are part of our offerings to the channel,” says Larkins.
We are able to help our customers answer and then tackle some of the main issues they face when dealing with large amounts of data.
Some of these points include:
– How can technology help one’s CX strategy?
– What are the first steps that need to be taken to improving a data culture across all company departments.
– Creating a balance between storage costs while sorting data
– What the future entails in terms of remote working
– Going digital and when and how human-computer interaction will fit in with a company’s current technology culture.
– Any advice for SMEs and enterprises when it comes down to the transformation.
Larkins concludes by saying: “Together our partnership will give SMEs and enterprise customers the ability to do more, move faster and perform better. For our partners, we are able to provide a turnkey solution from the Dell EMC portfolio which cannot be said about many of the company’s competitors.”