'We're going through a transition into a SaaS-based company' - Extreme Networks

The US vendor talked its transformation into a SaaS company and switching its customers to a subscription based cloud model

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'We're going through a transition into a SaaS-based company' - Extreme Networks

Next year is all about transforming into a SaaS-based company for Extreme Networks, its senior director international channels and inside sales, Sean Collins, has told CPI.  The California-HQ company snapped up Infovista's Ipanema SD-WAN business for €60m this past August. Speaking with Channel Partner Insight, Collins explained how the acquisition is part of Extreme's SaaS transition. "Ipanema had a piece of technology that fitted very closely with our drive to becoming a SaaS-based...

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