NetClean Joins the VMware Technology Alliance Partner Program

NetClean Joins the VMware Technology Alliance Partner Program
8 May, 2020 NetClean
NEWS 2020/05/08

NetClean Joins the VMware Technology Alliance Partner Program

NetClean today announced it has joined the VMware Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) program as a Standard Tier level partner Digital Workspace. Members of the TAP program have access to VMware to deliver innovative solutions for virtualization and cloud computing. The diversity and depth of the TAP ecosystem provides customers with the flexibility to choose a partner with the right expertise to satisfy their unique needs.

With thousands of members worldwide, the VMware TAP program includes technology partners with the shared goal to bring the best expertise and business solutions for each unique customer environment.

“We welcome NetClean as a valued member of the VMware TAP program,” said Kristen Edwards, director, Technology Alliance Partner Program, VMware. “This membership means customers can enhance their business integrity by managing risk and protecting their brands. By joining the program, NetClean is working with VMware to develop technologies that strengthen our Tech4Good initiatives.”

“VMware’s dedication to Tech4Good and recognition of a product that protects the most vulnerable in our society, children, is important,” said Anna Borgström, CEO, NetClean. “We have a strong position in the Nordic markets, and this collaboration brings us closer to our vision that our solutions shall affect all devices globally.”

NetClean’s product information, collateral and other assets are listed within the online VMware Solution Exchange. The VMware Solution Exchange is an online marketplace where VMware partners and developers can publish rich marketing content and downloadable software for our customers.

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