Evolving Together… Actively Using the Power of Community to Improve

 In Data Security, News & Events

Last week we announced the rollout of our new IT support and security system through KME Systems. Here at Data41, we knew, as security measures continue to evolve, we needed to evolve along with them in order to better protect our business and our clients. Along our journey of continual improvement, this relationship would never have formed had it not been for Ingram Micro, their exclusive TrustX Alliance community, and the combined dedication and desire to grow together.

Our President, Hans Mize, and Mark Essayian, President of KME Systems, met through Ingram Micro as active participants in TrustX Alliance, an Ingram Micro community of top-tier partners. As elected members of the TrustX Alliance Advisory Council and active members of both the MasterMinds executive peer group and other business-area-specific peer groups offered through TrustX, Hans and Mark are actively committed to personal and company improvement, continuously dedicating significant time, money and effort to learning, improving, and evolving with the industry.

As the “Distributor of Knowledge”, Ingram Micro is the means for which TrustX Alliance exists and where this relationship formed – with a strong dedication to the channel and partner success. TrustX encapsulates the Power of Community, bringing companies together to collaborate and deep dive into their businesses and industry trends – requiring the awkward conversations and business acumen necessary to improve both the person and the business.

Leveraging this extensive network through Ingram Micro & TrustX Alliance, we took advantage of the opportunity to evolve and grow together – unlike our competitors who may not pay proper attention to improving themselves internally and growing with the industry.

Combining Ingram Micro, TrustX Alliance, KME, and Data41, we are able to extend this desire to grow together for the benefit of our clients.

Are all of your vendors, like Data41, dedicated to continual improvement?

 

Check out KME’s blog on the topic here!