July 04, 2017. Business Cloud Author: Nathan Stewart

Partner Enablement from Arrow Cloud

At Arrow we know that our business depends on the success of our Business Partners - if you do well, we do too. 

That’s why we have a whole range of support from on-boarding and enablement, through to training and sales.

It’s our job to stay ahead of the curve and bring industry knowledge, thought leadership and innovation to our Partners - helping them to stay one step ahead of the competition. 

In the cloud area we’ve really taken this to heart. We know that business of all sizes and across all sectors are moving to cloud based solutions. 

According to a report by Gartner in 2016, more than $1 trillion in IT spending will be directly or indirectly affected by the shift to cloud during the next five years. 

We want to make sure that our Business Partners maximise this opportunity and aren’t left behind, so we’ve developed a whole range of support to help you deliver world-class solutions. 

Benefits as an Arrow Partner

As an Arrow Partner, you can access exclusive content on a dedicated Cloud Portalgrow your Cloud Services business with Arrow’s market leading Cloud solutions, build, configure and sell cloud services through ArrowSphere, and access training, support and more with the Arrow Cloud Enablement Programme (ACE)

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Wherever you are on the cloud journey, our ACE programme is designed to help you to drive more profitability with less cost and less risk.

We launched with a universal programme, suitable for the vendor agnostic cloud business, but have now developed this into a tailored Microsoft 365 programme, with IBM coming on board soon.

Through ACE you’ll get all the support and resources you need. We start with an on boarding process that will help you to explore the cloud opportunity for you and your customers. 

We’ll then work with you to plan out your proposition, put that into action with training and marketing support and then make that business more profitable in the long-term. 

We’ve made some of the ACE for Microsoft 365 programme resources available to all. The Hub features an overview of the journey you’ll take and links to the Training Journey.

However, key resources including the Cloud Readiness Assessment, CompTIA training and Empowerment Pack are only available to registered Business Partners through the Arrow Cloud Portal. 

If you’re already an Arrow Business Partner, but aren’t using the Cloud Portal then sign up today and start making the most of the information on offer - you'll find the tools and resources you need to develop your cloud business.

If you already use ArrowSphere just login to your account using those details.  If not, you can sign up online in minutes, simply fill in your details and you’ll be notified when your account is activated.

 

Find out More

If you want to know more about the support that our Cloud Team can offer you and your business, or to find out how to join the Arrow Cloud Enablement Programme, give us a call or drop us an email today. 

T: 0800 983 2525
E: Arrowsphere.ecs.uk@arrow.com

 

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