TurboWorx Joins Avnet Hall-Mark’s ESP Program To Deliver Custom IBM Solutions
TurboWorx Inc. has announced an agreement with Avnet Hall-Mark’s IBM Division to use Avnet’s Enablement Services Partnership (ESP) program to help them deliver turnkey IBM solutions. By leveraging Avnet ESP, TurboWorx will be able to provide the market with a fully integrated, end-to-end IBM solution for creating, managing and accelerating compute and data intensive applications/workflows in heterogeneous distributed computing environments and grids. TurboWorx has also established partner alliances and delivery capacity to address the financial services, process manufacturing, automotive, energy exploration and production, aerospace and information-based medicine markets.
“We are excited about the agreement between Avnet Hall-Mark and TurboWorx. By leveraging the design, integration, marketing, sales and channel management strengths of the Avnet ESP program; coupled with the strong application solutions provided by TurboWorx — we will collectively provide a ‘best of breed’ IBM-based solution for the Life Science community,” said Dennis Constantine, world wide channel sales, IBM Life Sciences.
“Our partnership with Avnet ESP will enable our resellers, our customers and ourselves to obtain greater profits and a rapid return on investment due to savings in increased automation, asset reuse, logistical support, program management and reduction of development time,” said Jeff Augen, President and CEO, TurboWorx, Inc. “Now we can grow both our market and our computing infrastructures, with minimal business and operational disruption while protecting existing investments in heterogeneous platforms including applications, software and hardware,” Augen added.
“Through our ESP program, TurboWorx and our resellers can generate new revenue streams and provide a quick and easy business value-added solution for their combined customers,” said Scott Abbott, vice president Business Development, Avnet Hall-Mark, IBM Division.
TurboWorx optimizes existing investments in hardware and software in environments containing a mix of operating systems and dissimilar hardware. This enables companies to solve enterprise business problems, automate complex projects and spend less time on managing proprietary third-party applications. Fortune 50 companies such as IBM, Bayer, DuPont, Dow Chemical and Global 1000 companies including Karo Bio AB, Neurocrine Biosciences, Inc., and MDS Proteomics are just some of the firms that depend on TurboWorxevery day.