As ChatGPT Excites, 8 Solution Provider CEOs Invest In AI, ML, Automation
Wade Tyler Millward
SPR, WWT, Conduent, Avanade and Open Systems are among the solution providers to weigh in on AI, ML and automation in 2023.
President, CEO: Joyce Mullen
In 2023, Insight Enterprises President and CEO Mullen said, customers “need a partner who can guide them from IT’s traditional support role to modern cloud and edge solutions.”
These solutions “inform real-time decision making and accelerate automation for greater efficiency and cost-effectiveness at scale,” Mullen said. “We’re always looking at our business through a new lens and identifying innovative ways to do things better to deliver this, and that means continued investments in cloud, edge, data, AI and cybersecurity.”
The economic climate of high inflation and recession worries in the U.S. creates an opportunity for automation and other technology to “open the door to greater agility and new insights about the business,” she said.
“Every company is at a different stage of digital transformation, with many still trying to figure out a strategic road map and overcome decades of technical debt,” she said. “Being a trusted partner means that we can meet clients where they are to help them get to where they want to be—from IT strategy and design to implementation, organizational change and day-to-day management.”
Chandler, Ariz.-based Insight— No. 17 on CRN’s 2022 Solution Provider 500—counts among its partners Amazon Web Services, Dell Technologies, Check Point Software Technologies, Nutanix, HashiCorp, Intel, Microsoft, Google, Fortinet, Nvidia, Red Hat and Pure Storage.