Distributor agreement signed

Parallels, a global leader in cross-platform solutions, has announced a distribution agreement with Newtech, one of Malta’s leading tech distribution companies. Under this new agreement, Newtech will be able to bring Parallels cross-platform virtualisation technologies to companies and businesses across the island.

With Parallels RAS’s affordable application and desktop delivery, Newtech will be able to help businesses meet their agility and mobility demands without incurring unnecessary costs or complexity. By providing instant access to virtual workspace resources, companies will also be able to implement meaningful distance working, bring your own device and choose your own device policies, driving down costs and lowering total cost of ownership.

The Parallels team is excited to have a distributor dedicated to Malta, and is confident that that businesses across the islands will be able to leverage on Newtech’s expertise and experience.

Commenting on the agreement, Gerald Sciberras, Parallels sales manager, said: “With Parallels RAS, Newtech customers throughout the channel will be able to improve their efficiency and working range while reducing their overall operational costs. We are confident that with Newtech’s confidence in our solutions and their understanding of the needs of Maltese businesses, that they will be able to offer great value to companies across all major verticals.”

JJ Miceli Demajo, Newtech general manager, said: “We are constantly striving to find ways how to better serve our clients through innovative technology. Parallels is a perfect fit for our portfolio of top tech vendors. Today’s client seeks ways to do things faster, with a lower cost, without sacrificing customer experience and high standards of service, and Parallels does exactly this. We are proud that Parallels has entrusted us to be their Malta distribution partner and we look forward to assisting many clients achieve their potential.”

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