Vantis teams with NTT Communications on managed services

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Business strategy and technology group Vantis Consulting Group is the first Hong Kong partner to join NTT Communications managed partner program.

Under the agreement, Vantis, which provides services primarily in Hong Kong, Macau, China, and Taiwan, will resell NTT Communications’ Global Management One (GMOne) managed services, cloud and hosting solutions.

Mantis’ strong expertise in the SAP arena was a major drawcard in the partnership.

“We are excited to welcome Vantis as our first partner for GMOne in Hong Kong,” said Hirofumi Miyama, senior vice president of managed services, NTT Communications.

“By leveraging their strong implementation track record and local expertise for deploying cloud business applications for enterprises, especially SAP applications, we will be able to expand our footprint in Asia and ensure that our end customers get the right services and support they need in their cloud migration journey.”

The two companies already partner on NTT’s Enterprise Cloud Marketplace, which was launched in 2016.

According to NTT Communications, GMOne managed services are designed to help businesses manage hybrid ICT ecosystems – an area tipped by analyst firm Gartner to grow strongly, with 90 per cent of organisations to adopt hybrid infrastructure management by 2020. With new IT models such as the Internet of Things, blockchain and artificial intelligence making ICT needs more complex, enterprises are increasingly seeking agile, efficient and cost-effective cloud-based and automated managed services.

Dr Rocky Lam, CEO of Vantis, said the company is proud to be furthering its partnership with NTT Communication in Hong Kong.

“The partnership cements our business objectives and helps us to better meet the ICT needs of our expanding pool of customers. It will definitely help us to build deeper relationships with our existing customers as they transform their business to become more digital and embrace new technological advances,” said Dr Rocky Lam, CEO, Vantis.

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