The PSNI Global Alliance has added three new affiliates to its growing organization with new members in China, Poland and Sweden to bring the global network to 50 members in 19 countries around the world.
China-Tech will represent Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Macau, China; Informationsteknik will represent Stockholm, Sweden and SLX Sp. z o.o. will represent Poznan, Warszawa and Wroclaw in Poland. These additions now provide coverage for eight out of the 10 regions PSNI Global Alliance have defined for its network.
“The robust growth and diversification of PSNI Global Alliance is continuing to make our organization more influential and effective,” said PSNI executive director Chris Miller.
“The new energy, innovation, and insights that each member brings to the alliance helps us further deliver on exceptional outcomes to our network and ultimately to their clients.”
PSNI Global Alliance “aims to provide a fully vetted and structured network of technology integrators that provide a seamless and exceptional experience through its members to their enterprise clients; locally, regionally and globally,” according to the alliance press release.
The alliance still has select openings in North America and throughout the world. For more, information on how to apply, check out the PSNI Global Alliance website.
Miller alluded to PSNI’s plans to add new members to the Global Alliance during our Integrator of the Year coverage, where he mentioned he’d likely be having discussions with attendees during AVIXA events in Russia and China.
The PSNI Global Alliance has focused on the top 150 GDP countries in its global expansion and Miller is keeping close tabs on AVIXA’s shows in Russia and China in the hopes of adding members in those regions in 2018.
More than 60 percent of PSNI’s global affiliates are already doing multi-country business or are trying to help a customer achieve that goal, he says.
“We’re trying to find quality companies we can vet and bring into the network who can be our geopolitical eyes and ears in those countries,” says Miller.