Tata Comm-RAH Infotech Tie-up To Offer Cloud Solutions

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India’s specialty value added distributor RAH Infotech and Tata Communications, have joined forces to address businesses’ cloud requirements.

As per the association, RAH Infotech will act as a value-added distributor of Tata Communications’ entire gamut of cloud solutions and will cater to the needs of customers in India including enterprises, government and SMEs.

“RAH Infotech and Tata Communications are perfect combination to offer end-to-end cloud solutions – from consulting to migration and deployment, from integration and risk compliance to application modernization – to the enterprise customers. We are proud to have joined hands with Tata Communications as its value-added distributor,” said Ashis Guha, CEO, RAH Infotech.

“RAH Infotech is a leading value-added distribution and support partner for some of the mission critical security products that can be packaged with Tata Communications’ IZO Cloud platform to address the cloud and security needs of our customers. We are glad to join forces with RAH Infotech to meet these customer requirements,” said Rajesh Awasthi, Associate Vice President – Managed Hosting & Cloud Services, Tata Communications.

Earlier in an interview with CRN, the distributor said it is giving impetus to promote Indian brands for value-added distribution. Owing to the government, BFSI and new data regulatory and compliance, Delhi based security-focused distributor RAH Infotech has registered double-digit growth in FY 18-19.

From a traditional 35 percent YoY growth, the company has garnered over 70 percent growth in FY 18-19. This spurt in growth has set new directions for the distributor in terms of adding a new line of business and positioning itself as a complete information lifecycle management provider, the report mentioned.

RAH has been into niche value-added distribution and specializes in the fields of networking, security and data protection. It has distribution partnerships with the world’s leading OEMs for last one decade. Today, it represents 20 information security brands, wherein close to 10 brands constitute 70% of the business.

Cloud, AI, ML and IoT are other thrust areas for RAH. Guha said that cloud is a big focus area for the company as mid to large customers are on cloud where it’s building its technical capabilities and looking to introduce new value-added services to its portfolio and the company will be bullish on cloud service business to tap this opportunity.

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