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Insight Enterprises plans to invest heavily in its cloud platform over the next couple of quarters to build out Infrastructure-as-a-Service consumption abilities and enhance management capabilities through improved dashboards.
The Tempe, Ariz.-based company, No. 13 on the CRN Solution Provider 500, said its cloud platform provided to other partners will focus more on management while others in the industry continue to focus on rapidly commoditizing purchasing or infrastructure capabilities.
Jeromy Siebenaler, Insight's vice president and chief cloud architect, said Microsoft Dynamics, InTune and Office 365 are being rolled out on the new architecture this month, Symantec and IBM SoftLayer will debut in the second quarter, and Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure will appear later in the second quarter.