The DELL EMC partnership with Disway on all African land is compatible with the commercial strategy of this plant and targets new and emerging markets in the continent.
In addition, this partnership will allow DELL EMC to strengthen its presence in Tunisia and diversify the penetration of the fields of information technology and electronic public on all the territory of Tunisia.
DELL Technologies, the group of companies that protect the most expensive future, the information, has customers around the world, in more than 180 countries.
DELL is a unique combination of companies that provide the basic infrastructure for enterprises to build the digital future and protect their most valuable and valuable assets - information.
The company provides services to customers of various sizes in at least 180 countries worldwide, from a panel representing 98% of the Fortune 500 to the consumer who proposes the most consistent and innovative solution for the industry, said Hakim Belaamchi, Chairman of Disway, Compiled by Tunisian and Arab journalists accredited in Tunisia.
Tunisia is the country with the largest and most visible growth rates in North Africa.
Hence the importance of partnership with Disway in order to enhance Tunisian supply with the latest innovations and very advanced technologies.
This is the largest agreement between the electronic production and distribution giants as Disway (Disway Group), the first operator in Africa for bulk distribution in the media and communications
It is listed on the Casablanca Stock Exchange (Ticket: DWAY) and is ISO 9001 certified.
Disway has a network of over 3,500 distributors, a wide variety of different brands, for the largest publishers and media makers in the world.
Under the agreement, DELL EMC will also be able to tighten its grip on the wide network of partners Disway, one of the most recognized distributors in Tunisia, provides with the broad, comprehensive coverage, financial capabilities, experience and expertise of the broadcaster in the field of information technology, said Anis Abdel Salam, Disway.
"We are delighted to find Disway in a thriving market like the Tunisian market in Tunisia, a country open to local partners, from North Africa or to the west of the continent," said Ahmed Khalil, General Manager, Dell EMC, North and West Africa.