Vantis becomes first Hong Kong partner to join NTT Com’s GMOne
19 December 2017 | Natalie Bannerman
NTT Communications confirms that Vantis Consulting has become the first partner in Hong Kong to join its Global Management One (GMOne) managed services partner programme.
The news of the partnership allows NTT Com’s to expand GMOne managed services across Asia and enables enterprises to use end-to-end ICT solutions from a local partner that has the specialised expertise in cloud and business applications.
Speaking on the news, Hirofumi Miyama, senior vice president of managed services at NTT Com, said: "We are excited to welcome Vantis as our first partner for GMOne in Hong Kong. By leveraging their strong implementation track record and local expertise for deploying cloud business applications for enterprises, especially SAP applications, we will be able to expand our footprint in Asia and ensure that our end customers get the right services and support they need in their cloud migration journey."
The announcement builds on the existing partnership between Vantis and NTT Com on the Enterprise Cloud Marketplace, which was launched in December of last year. Under it Applications will be hosted on NTT Com’s dedicated and private enterprise cloud infrastructure. Applications will include enterprise resource planning, business intelligence, big data analytics and customer relationship management.
With this new agreement, Vantis will resell GMOne managed services, cloud and hosting solutions. The company says that GMOne has been designed to meet the need from enterprises looking to manage “an increasingly decentralized and hybrid ICT environment”.
Using GMOne managed services Hong Kong-based enterprises have access to a one-stop, seamless service portfolio, which uses NTT Com's global resources to manage entire hybrid ICT ecosystems, from infrastructure, business applications to smart outsourcing.
"We are proud to become the first Hong Kong partner for NTT Com's GMOne managed services. The partnership cements our business objectives and helps us to better meet the ICT needs of our expanding pool of customers. It will definitely help us to build deeper relationships with our existing customers as they transform their business to become more digital and embrace new technological advances," added Rocky Lam, CEO of Vantis.
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