Nutanix, the enterprise cloud computing company, announced that it continues to expand its business in Mexico with a new Global Support Center in Mexico City and new team members in Monterrey to expand services in the northern region of the country.
Since the beginning of its operations in Mexico in 2014, Nutanix has been given the task of supporting companies seeking to modernize their data centers to fit the process of digital transformation. This commitment has enabled Nutanix to achieve significant growth after five years in the Mexican market and to play an important role in the company's success in Latin America.
Nutanix has a complete and mature platform, coupled with the consolidation of a team of professionals in Mexico in various strategic areas of the company such as sales, pre-sales, channels, and marketing.
Another determining factor for the success of its strategy is the specialization and commitment of wholesalers and resellers. In addition, the company has a series of strategic alliances, OEM partnerships, and compatibility with hardware suppliers, including Lenovo, IBM, Fujitsu, Dell EMC, and recently, HPE. These collaborations serve to expand customers' freedom of choice so they can run the ideal hardware and software for their data center needs.
The company wanted to provide more local support to its customers in Latin America, so the decision was made to establish a Global Support Center in Mexico City that would accommodate the regional and language needs of customers in Latin America. The Support Center will leverage talent in Mexico and quickly support and respond to fast-growing businesses in the region.
In the northern region of the country, there is widespread interest in hyper-convergence as well as growing demand for Nutanix solutions. To strengthen its presence in the area, the company decided to create a team in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, which also serves the states of Tamaulipas, Coahuila, Chihuahua, Sonora, Sinaloa, Durango, and Baja California.
This initiative seeks to continue collaborating with customers in the public and financial sector, as well as in retail, manufacturing, services, and telecommunications, to name a few.