SolarWinds Names M.Tech a Value-Added Distributor in China
May 18, 2020
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SolarWinds appointed M.Tech as a value-added distributor for China.

The expansion of the company’s existing relationship with M.Tech into the Chinese market will broaden the reach of the SolarWinds IT Operations Management (ITOM) portfolio for technology professionals in China, empowering them with the tools they need to solve today’s IT challenges.

Headquartered in Singapore, M.Tech is a cybersecurity and network performance solutions provider that partners with a network of established market-leading vendors to bring optimal solutions to the market through a channel of reseller partners. Building on the success of SolarWinds existing relationship with M.Tech in Southeast Asia, Pacific, and India, the expanded partnership will enable businesses in China—across all vertical industries such as banking, finance, insurance, manufacturing, education, and other commercial sectors—to solve IT challenges and monitor, manage, and secure their applications, servers, data, infrastructure, and networks across on-premises, hybrid, and multi-cloud environments. SolarWinds will leverage M.Tech’s large reseller base and decades of in-market expertise in China to further enhance its brand awareness and customer network in this market.

“The expansion of this partnership with M.Tech into China marks a new milestone for both of us,” said Sojung Lee, VP, APJ sales, SolarWinds. “With a constantly growing market potential powered by the fast development of the IT infrastructure and deployment of new IT technology, China is a strategically important market for SolarWinds in the APJ region. The IT infrastructure landscape is rapidly changing, and new challenges are emerging every day. SolarWinds is perfectly positioned to address these issues which are faced by companies of all sizes, so we can take the complexity out of IT,” continued Lee. “M.Tech’s rich in-market experience and network will help SolarWinds to demonstrate its value in the China market, grow our reseller and customer base, and drive our business growth in the APJ market as a whole.”

“We are excited to expand our partnership with SolarWinds across the China market,” said Winston Goh, Regional Director of Greater China and Korea of M.Tech. “We’re aligned with SolarWinds in our aim of focusing on delivering greater value to technology professionals in China and SolarWinds powerful and affordable IT management solutions will be highly valued by businesses in this market as they look to maximize the potential of their IT management. “

Rayson Lim, CFO of M.Tech, added, “SolarWinds is a key partner for us across the APJ market and the expansion of our relationship into China is another fantastic milestone. We believe that the combination of our regional expertise and extensive reseller channel, alongside SolarWinds leading technology that is designed end-to-end to overcome all of today’s IT challenges, brings even greater value to customers across the APJ region.”

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