Dyanix joins the CloudBlue ecosystem and expands its digital distribution strategy
- Expanding the reseller channel
- Providing a broad range of bundled offers through centralised partner management
Meerbusch, Germany – April 3, 2023 – Dyanix is diversifying and expanding its distribution capacity with the launch of its marketplace on CloudBlue, a leading provider of cloud ecosystem technology platforms and an independent subsidiary of Ingram Micro. Dyanix, a leading provider of digital transformation solutions, is joining the CloudBlue platform to strengthen its end-to-end XaaS supply chain and is creating a centralised interface for managing partners and customers to automate the entire order-to-cash process for XaaS products.
As a fast-growing digital transformation solution provider, timely onboarding of new vendors and scaling new and existing customer business via indirect sales are particularly important to Dyanix. CloudBlue's platform enables Dyanix to significantly reduce development time for vendor integrations whilst creating unique shopping experiences for its customers. Partners can be centrally managed.
In addition, low-volume, low-transaction business processes can be easily scaled by introducing end-to-end self-service for resellers, and indirect sales can be hyper-scaled through syndication into the CloudBlue ecosystem. In addition, simplifying vendor and reseller management can reduce FTEs (Full-Time Equivalents), whilst streamlined billing and payment processes improve cash flow and liquidity.
In the first phase, Dyanix will launch its marketplace in Germany and Spain, with solutions including its digital adoption platform, Apty, digital workplace solution, Workspace 365, meeting playbook solution, Linkando, and capture software solutions, Kofax Express, and Kodak Capture Pro. Further Marketplaces will follow alongside more solutions.
"By working with CloudBlue, we can offer our customers a diversified solutions portfolio," says Peter de Boer, CEO at Dyanix. "The platform offers a much faster and more flexible IT infrastructure thanks to digitalised, automated and scalable processes. And on top of that, it will improve the customer experience tremendously."
"We are very pleased to support Dyanix in the digitalisation of B2B sales," said Tom Schröder, Head of DACH at CloudBlue. "By leveraging the CloudBlue platform, Dyanix is strengthening its end-to-end XaaS supply chain. Our commitment is to support and advise distributors on their journey towards becoming cloud sellers or XaaS providers. This will enable them to counteract the increasing margin pressure in the ICT sector and position themselves optimally for the future of digital distribution."
More information about CloudBlue's solutions, platforms, products and services can be found here. Further information about Dyanix solutions and services can be found here.
Dyanix is an independent provider of digital transformation solutions. As an expert with over 20 years of experience in the fields of scanning and digitisation, the company offers leading software and hardware solutions to its partners. Its innovative cloud solutions help companies to increase productivity, enhance business processes, and offer data analysis. In addition, Dyanix can deploy an extensive range of services anywhere in Europe and support projects at every level.
For more information, visit www.dyanix.com.
CloudBlue provides a hyper-scale platform of high-growth products and services, enabling service providers to launch and manage a multi-layered omni-product, multi-channel marketplace. With CloudBlue, service providers can access and leverage a highly connected ecosystem of over 200 leading marketplace operators, more than 300 leading brands and over 80,000 partners worldwide. Many of the world's most prominent software and SaaS resellers, digital service providers, technology distributors and manufacturers, managed services providers, and value-added resellers rely on the technology-leading 'CloudBlue Commerce' and 'CloudBlue Connect' platforms to automate, aggregate and sell both their own and third-party cloud services. CloudBlue supports more than 200 of the world's largest cloud marketplaces for service providers, collectively representing more than 30 million 'enterprise cloud' subscriptions.
For more information, visit www.cloudblue.com.