By ET Bureau - April 01, 2020 2 Mins Read
Pure Storage, the IT pioneer that delivers storage-as-a-service, announced that it has achieved the platinum level in the SAP® PartnerEdge® program and is an SAP global technology partner. Pure Storage’s FlashArray product, certified for SAP HANA®, provides significant value to customers and service providers running mission-critical SAP workloads. This expansion of Pure’s partnership with SAP will help customers drive better business outcomes through joint technical support, competency centers and deeper technology integrations between the two companies in areas of intelligent enterprise, SAP S/4HANA®, cloud computing, storage, and virtualization.
“Pure Storage is thrilled to take our collaboration with SAP to new and deeper levels as a global technology partner,” said Michael Sotnick, Vice President, Partners, Alliances and Business Development, Pure Storage. “At Pure we have built our reputation on innovation, performance and exceptional customer service. We look forward to creating a framework for deeper integration and collaboration across SAP’s world-leading product and technologies with our evergreen platforms.”
“This expanded global technology partnership with Pure Storage demonstrates the value of SAP’s customer-focused ecosystem — a close collaboration with partners that have the potential to deliver immediate value across a multitude of use cases and requirements,” said Marc Rolfe, Senior Vice President, Global Business Development and Ecosystems, SAP. “Together, we aim to drive better results, higher profits and accelerated innovation curves for our customers.”
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