Syniti partners with TD SYNNEX to facilitate robust data solutions
Category: #business  By Pankaj Singh   Date: 2022-09-01
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Syniti partners with TD SYNNEX to facilitate robust data solutions

Syniti, a global data management enterprise, has reportedly announced joining forces with IT solution aggregator TD SYNNEX, a product of the merger of Synnex Corporation and Tech Data Corporation.

This collaboration will provide businesses priority access to Syniti's exceptional data management tools. Syniti Replicate, a data replication software that empowers companies to render crucial corporate decisions and endorses groundbreaking experiences, would be the first solution made accessible through this joint initiative.

Noticeably, Syniti Replicate provides fresh data for prompt insights, relieves pressure on production systems, resulting in enriched overall system performance, and relocates information away from legacy systems for accelerated information.

It has been reported that the configuration of Syniti Replicate is simpler with a user-friendly graphic interface, helping corporations to reap tangible benefits. Moreover, setting up Syniti Replicate demands no coding, data structures, or patented technology, easing the load on internal IT groups. 

Apparently, with no additional programming, the software has exhaustive protection, including certificate authentication, and it supports countless numbers of database systems as source materials including the ones from SAP SE, Amazon Inc., Oracle Corporation, etc.

Syniti's Vice President of Direct Solutions, Brian Haering, stated that the company chose to collaborate with TD SYNNEX owing to its capability to bolster the advancement of Syniti's direct solutions.

Brian added that many organizations can now stand to gain from their world-class replication engine, acquiring real-time data to make pivotal entrepreneurial choices and establish distinguishable experiences.

Meanwhile, Cheryl Neal, Vice President of Vendor Acquisition and Global Solutions at TD SYNNEX, stated that the company is devoted to bringing together IT solutions that produce operational efficiencies today while also unlocking potential development.

Neal claimed that by including Syniti in their portfolio, TD SYNNEX will be able to broaden and deepen their value propositions, allowing customers to quickly realize their corporate goals.

It is worth noting that numerous activities in all kinds of businesses require precise, decision-relevant data that can be accessed instantly, whether they are operating high-speed data analysis or enabling business intelligence software, both of which would be facilitated in the future by this partnership.

Source credit: https://www.gurufocus.com/news/1861085/syniti-announces-partnership-with-global-it-solutions-aggregator-td-synnex

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