Sure, I had some educated guesses. I figured NetEnrich was prepared to monitor and manage on-premise and cloud-based servers. But Crotty pushed a bit beyond that area, mentioning that the services increasingly involve items like unified communications management, virtualization management and even some IT project work. One example: NetEnrich can assist MSPs -- and their end-customers -- with database development and administration.
NetEnrich has organized its services portfolio into three segments:
services on demand component.
Going to MarketThe NetEnrich effort includes close working relationships with Ingram Micro Services and Arrow Enterprise Computing Solutions; both distributors are working to educate VARs and MSPs about NetEnrich's NOC and other services. I'm familiar with the Ingram-NetEnrich relationship based on the NOC deal they entered in 2010. I'm less familiar with the Arrow-NetEnrich relationship but will check it out a bit during an Arrow cloud event scheduled for April 20 in Atlanta, Ga.
In the meantime, NetEnrich's closet-to-cloud strategy seems clearer to me.
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