StoreEx Broadens it’s Evidences and Feats: As a Leading Supplier of Third-Party Maintenance as an Evernex Corporation
By Abdul Rahman Bangura –
NEW AFRICA DAILY NEWS ( NADN ) Freetown, Sierra Leone- The contemporary accession of StorEx as a notable supplier of Third-Party Maintenance (TPM) for enterprise-sized establishments by Evernex, a prominent multinational provider of Third-Party Maintenance aids for data center infrastructure, has facilitated the locally assembled consultant to considerably enhance its African imprint and operations.
Founder and Chief Executive Officer – Jan Beukes StorEx, lets out the corporation will maintain its limited branding, level one B-BBEE reputation and South African-based team as it proceeds to navigate TPM perception and adoption across the African continent: “As an Evernex company, StorEx will expand its industry-leading solutions and services throughout eastern and southern Africa with offices in Algeria, Egypt, Kenya, Morocco and Nigeria. There is also a immersed proposal to improve our existence across the continent. We are delighted about the recent prospects as a finding of the obtainment, while persist to be trustworthy and pointed on delivering the same level of service to our local clients that have come to expect from StorEx.”
The threat of rolling from OEM support to a full TPM or crossbred maintenance solution has all but expired, according to an announcement circulated by Gartner. It is now politely understood that Third-Party Maintenance providers could fit out the best results when it reaches to integrating expenditure conservancies with optimal conclusions. Soaring software sustenance fees are also steering sourcing, procurement and merchant management managers to scour the independent Third-Party Maintenance market.
Over a decade of TPM ordeal, Beukes explains the organization’s ability to provide industry-leading services to multinationals has increased tenfold: “As an Evernex company, StorEx now provides support in over 160 countries, has more than 10 global call centres, online experts and access to over 330 stocking locations worldwide, including the largest warehouse facility of spare parts in Europe.”
As a collective force with Evernex, Beukes mumbles, he is thrilled about the prospective development chances of StorEx. Altogether, the group services more than 220,000 IT infrastructures globally and has over 200 highly specialized engineers: “Combining our businesses will strengthen our position in Africa and enable us to grow our portfolio of blue-chip clients.” Beukes furthered that, while it is business as normal for StorEx, the destiny is an exhilarating one with numerous fresh prospects and project alternatives.
For New Africa Daily News Abdul Rahman Bangura Reports, Africa Correspondent