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CA Technologies today announced it has appointed iValue InfoSolutions as a Value Added Distributor (VAD) for India and the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) region to grow the mid-market segment and address customers' needs in their digital transformation journey.
iValue InfoSolutions (iValue) is a leading technology enabler that provides compelling and complementary offerings in the areas of digital asset protection and data, network and application management. As part of this agreement, iValue is authorized to promote, sell and support CA Technologies' software solutions through its extensive network of resellers in the region.
Welcoming iValue InfoSolutions, Saivijay Khanagav, Senior Director, CA Technologies Partners and Channels in India and SAARC Region said: "Partners are an important part of our growth strategy for India and SAARC. iValue with its technical skills, expertise and wide distribution network in the mid-market segment complements CA's technology leadership in digital transformation. We are delighted to partner with iValue and look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship that delivers even greater value to our customers."
"iValue is very excited about this partnership.
CA Technologies is a strategic technology leader. CA helps thousands of customers shape their future from planning to development to management to security to respond to the challenges of the application economy," said Subodh Anchan, Director of Alliances, iValue InfoSolutions. "With digital at the core of the application economy, partnering with CA Technologies, we will effectively address the digital transformation needs of customers in the mid-market. We are confident that this partnership will be a win-win for both parties," he added.
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