IBM Recognizes Belatrix As One Of Its Most Innovative Ecosystem Partners
Belatrix Software, a leading software development company, has been awarded the “New Ecosystem” award for excellence by IBM. The award was presented to Belatrix’s Senior VP of Business Development, Santiago Noziglia, at IBM PartnerWorld in San Francisco. The award recognizes excellence and innovation among partners of IBM. It was part of IBM’s major “Think” conference, where more than 40,000 people are expected to attend.
IBM Think brings together leading business and IT experts and professionals, to explore new opportunities. PartnerWorld meanwhile is an annual event for executives of some of the key partners of IBM. More than 8,000 partners joined IBM, reflecting the strength of its ecosystem.
During the event, executives discussed key themes – focusing on the importance of modernizing IT, and how partners are building their expertise in specific areas of IBM. Such areas include Watson AI, cloud, security, and the internet of things. Organizations continue to need help in migrating to the cloud, whilst taking into consideration their security and operational needs.
Belatrix Senior VP of Business Development, Santiago Noziglia, also participated in a panel discussion, moderated by Jorge Goulu, VP IBM Partner ecosystems in Latin America. The panel discussion examined how customers are benefiting from the value generated by new technologies, in particular cloud computing and artificial intelligence. Santiago spoke about how Belatrix’s vision for how the cloud will continue to evolve, and how organizations will continue to benefit from it.
Santiago Noziglia commented that “the award recognizes Belatrix’s strengths in providing world-class services to our customers. We’ve made significant investments in our capabilities, particularly around our cloud and AI services – as well as in other emerging technologies. We’re in the process of significantly ramping up our centers of excellence, to provide expertise and guidance to companies looking to enhance their digital innovation agendas”.