GDPR presents opportunity to channel, says Commvault

Complexity of GDPR compliance creates strategy and consulting opportunity for partners

Commvault says that channel partners can increase their strategic engagement with customers to help them tackle GDPR.
Commvault says that channel partners can increase their strategic engagement with customers to help them tackle GDPR.

Commvault is promoting GDPR as a good opportunity for channel partners to sell data management solutions to their customers.

The company says that with low levels of preparation for the incoming European data regulations, channel partners have a good opportunity to provide solutions and consultation to customers to help them become compliant.

Many organisations are struggling with GDPR requirements, such as the ability to delete a users' data on request. Commvault says that solutions such as the Commvault Data Platform can help organisations better protect and manage data across all workloads, to obtain better data insights for compliance, eDiscovery and a variety of other digital transformation use cases, including meeting GDPR and other regulatory requirements.

Scott Strubel, Commvault Head of Worldwide Channels, said: "The complexities and regulatory requirements of GDPR are such that the channel has a real opportunity to step up and assume the position of technology champion and genuine trustee of GDPR delivery for organizations looking to May 25 and beyond. Through working closely with us, and using Commvault's advanced data protection offerings as the foundation for many of their broader GDPR technology offerings, our partners are not only growing their pipelines, but more importantly growing true, long-term, and successful, customer relationships."

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