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Channel event to help future-proof Botswana’s software-centric pipeline

By , ITWeb
Botswana , 25 Jul 2022

Local market will be able to draw from distributor and vendor expertise to fuel growth in an increasingly software-centric world.

Louise Taute, Managing Director at Westcon-Comstor Southern Africa.
Louise Taute, Managing Director at Westcon-Comstor Southern Africa.

Westcon-Comstor Sub-Saharan Africa has announced it will host its Imagine Botswana 2022 flagship event focussing on software-centric business evolution in Gaborone on 17 August 2022.

"We are delighted to be once again able to bring the energy of the greater Westcon-Comstor group to our team, partners and resellers in Botswana," says Louise Taute, Managing Director at Westcon-Comstor Southern Africa. “Supported by a group of our signature vendors, the event will showcase several channel leaders and experts who will provide our partners with a roadmap to monetise the software market. Further, we will be offering a series of tracks and networking opportunities where we will showcase the trends, drivers, and disruptors in this changing technology market.”

Vendors participating in the event include Cisco, Microsoft, NetApp, Ruckus, Check Point, Palo Alto, F5, Avaya, Zebra and more.

Partners will be able to reconnect with vendors and explore the latest innovations that are designed to help the channel in Botswana to unlock market opportunities and build a future-proof software-centric pipeline.

Information sharing tracks will include a focus on building channel resilience, creating relevant sales models for the modern customer, and becoming a trusted advisor to help customers embrace innovation across their digital real estate.

The day will conclude with a channel awards evening, recognising and celebrating the successes of partners in Botswana with five primary awards, including a partner of the year and several innovation and development categories.

"It has simply been too long since we celebrated our partners in Botswana, and now that we are emerging from the pandemic, we need to re-engage and reconnect meaningfully. The region has always been exceptionally important to us, and it's a market that understands the importance of how software will help businesses move forward in a digital world," ends Taute.

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