Rectron partners with Lenovo Data Center Group to provide solutions in South Africa



Cape Town, South Africa

The agreement will allow Rectron to deepen its relationships and offering to its enterprise clients by allowing them to provide a range of technology solutions.

Rectron has announced the addition of Lenovo Data Centre Group (DCG) to its data centre solutions portfolio.

The partnership comes off the back of the company’s partnership with Lenovo’s mobile business.

The company said that solutions and technology partners must adapt to keep up with accelerating demand and enable their customers to transform their data into usable currency.

“As a tier 1 global brand committed to the IT channel, Lenovo is a perfect fit for Rectron and the direction in which the company is moving,” said Michael Finch, Rectron’s data centre business unit manager.

“My vision is to build long lasting relationships between Rectron and its customers, by providing technical expertise to the channel through our datacentre product management and presales teams.

“I believe that this agreement with Lenovo DCG will help turn that vision into a reality, so that our clients can deliver world-class solutions and generate new revenue opportunities for themselves and their customers.”

Over the last 10 years, Finch has worked for and with resellers that focus on enterprise solutions and has assisted in the delivery of those solutions to a wide range of Southern African organisations.

“Lenovo prides itself on its world class network of channel partners. We believe that Rectron as an organisation would not only be able to introduce our brand to a unique reseller base, but also ensure that the customer is prioritised,” said Jim Holland, Lenovo Data Center Group country manager.

“When going to market, Lenovo DCG would be Rectron’s primary Tier 1 enterprise product supplier; allow them to provide us with the focus, attention and investment that we require. We are very excited about this partnership and what it can deliver for both our organisations.”