CHICAGO, IL – December 4, 2019 - TBI, the white-glove solutions delivery provider, continues to position itself at the forefront of the IT landscape through a new strategic partnership with InterVision. The addition of InterVision not only provides partners reactive services, SIEM and security solutions but also offers them Cisco hosted systems which are typical landing pad products that start security conversations.
As always, TBI’s solution engineers are accessible to help all selling partners confidently position, design and implement the new portfolio additions.
“InterVision is another addition to the growing portfolio for TBI Security Solutions that our partners can take advantage of. Most of the customers that our partners support fall outside of the Fortune 500, and those organizations have a hard time affording and being able to attract top security talent, " says Marco Sanchez, Senior Director of Sales. "Along with that, it becomes difficult to have the expertise on staff that handles multiple different layers within the cybersecurity discussion. InterVision helps our partners solve that challenge along with providing end-users a scalable and economically viable solution in SOC-as-a-Service to stay ahead of hackers and have peace of mind around the security of their most critical assets."
InterVision, a strategic service provider, offers a broad portfolio that includes managed SIEM (Security Incident & Event Management) and managed security services to complement or build a client’s existing security practice. With extremely high customer satisfaction and audited support, InterVision offers a boutique cybersecurity value proposition to partners and end-users alike. In addition to their security offerings, InterVision DRaaS is routinely rated high by third party research firms like Gartner and Forrester for their ability to deliver hot, warm, and cold (synchronous to asynchronous) restore and response thresholds for clients.
“Since businesses are buying technology services at an increasing rate to optimize their budgets and free up key personnel for core projects, this means that channel partnerships now play a bigger role in IT purchasing than ever before,” says Jamie Lee, Chief Revenue Officer at InterVision. “Whether it be leveraging new cloud investments, securing datasets against risks of disruption, or adapting to changing business priorities, InterVision delivers on IT needs with a nationwide product and managed services portfolio. We are ecstatic to be working with TBI, one of the nation’s premier channel partners. This partnership expands our reach to a deeper customer base, taking our technology offerings to exciting new levels.”
TBI maintains a portfolio of voice, internet, data, mobility, cloud and managed services accompanied by back-office sales and support resources that enable reseller partners to conduct more effective sales and customer engagement. For more information on how to engage these vendors with TBI, current partners should reach out to their channel managers.
TBI is the nation’s leading third-party technology distributor. Since 1991, it has assisted Systems Integrators, VARs, MSPs, IT consultants and more in advising and sourcing the right technology solutions. TBI serves as a partner’s advocate, ensuring the proper provisioning of cloud, Internet, data, mobility, voice, and managed services from best-in-class service providers to achieve clients’ desired business outcomes. Through training and marketing programs focused on the benefits of technology to the business, TBI empowers its partners to be the foremost authority to advise and source all of their clients’ technology needs. With the largest back-office in the industry, TBI partners are fully supported by certified solutions engineers, pre- and post-sales operations, and project managers. For more information visit www.tbicom.com.