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By | Christopher Williams 16th April 2007 12:18

Evesham plugs NetApp into storage gaps

Claims cost savings

Channel reseller Evesham has hopped on board NetApp's partner program in a bid to fill holes in its storage offering.

The distributor is claiming big cost savings on NetApp network attached storage kit for its customers.

NetApp channel sales manager Pete Rawden said: "NetApp's Partner Program is vital to our growth and adding highly qualified resellers to the channel is a key part of our business strategy."

NetApp has been making good ground thanks to the increasing popularity of networked storage. More distributed businesses mean it can be more economical than direct attached boxes.

Evesham storage honcho Chris Wintle said: "Our clients look to us for solutions that improve performance and processes as well as save them money. Joining NetApp's Partner Program enables us to comprehensively fulfill all our customer's storage requirements." ®

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