Enables Virtualization Solution Providers to Accelerate Professional and Managed Virtualization Services
Lanamark Inc., a global provider of agent-less IT-as-a-Service software for desktop and data center optimization across physical and virtual infrastructure, today announced its next-generation VAccelerate Partner Program. The program enables Citrix, Microsoft and VMware partners to accelerate design and delivery of desktop virtualization, server virtualization and virtual infrastructure optimization solutions and services. Lanamark is showcasing the Lanamark Suite Services Edition and meeting current and prospective partners in Booth 109 at the VMware Partner Exchange in Orlando, Florida.
“Lanamark VAccelerate Partner Program provides us with access to software, training and support we need to deliver cutting-edge virtualization solutions and services to our clients,” said Thomas Thomson, president at consilium1, a specialized IT consulting services company in the United States. “By combining our business and IT expertise with advanced analytics software from Lanamark, we can deliver transformational solutions, help clients maximize return on IT investments and optimize resources to support business initiatives.”
VAccelerate enables virtualization solution providers to partner with Lanamark and use its agent-less desktop and data center optimization software to accelerate pre-sales, professional services and managed services engagements across physical and virtual infrastructure. The program provides services-oriented training, enablement and support, allowing partners to develop, enhance and differentiate cross-vendor virtualization solutions and services.
“Channel and system integration partners are the driving force behind adoption of desktop and server virtualization technologies,” said Mark Angelo, CEO of Lanamark. “VAccelerate is specifically designed to enable virtualization solution providers with the most advanced software tools and best practices for virtual infrastructure planning, design and optimization from the desktop to the data center.”