Dell joins NASSCOM to help Start-Ups

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Dell joins NASSCOM to help Start-Ups

New Delhi: American giant Dell Technologies has joined hands with NASSCOM (National Software and Services Companies Association) to help small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and start-ups. This help will be provided by providing competitive prices, products and services. Dell’s partnership with NASSCOM will impact more than 2400 MSMEs and over 9000 startups, which are part of NASSCOM’s 10,000 start-up networks. According to information provided by Dell, they will be offered special offers and rates on Dell’s client and infrastructure solutions.

The objective of this partnership is to ensure smooth operation and woven interruption for small businesses during the current challenging times. Along with this, these sectors will be supported by creating a strong ecosystem by bringing together important products and services. According to Dell Technologies India President and Managing Director Alok Orie, through this partnership with NASSCOM, we are taking another step towards building an ecosystem that aims to make organizations more competitive and better operational.

Dell’s infrastructure solution will help MSMEs and start-ups to have more control over their IT, and protect their business and customer data with better security measures. Nescom is committed to creating and helping to create a conducive environment for SMEs and startups during challenging times.

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