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JD Cloud and VSTECS to combine resources in effort to go global

07 Sep 18

Photo above: VSTECS CEO Liu Ningdong and JD Group vice president and JD Cloud strategic cooperation head Wang Peinuan signing an agreement, witnessed by VSTECS Group vice president and chairman of VSTECS China at the signing ceremony Zhou Yibing and JD Cloud president Samuel Shen.

Two Asia Pacific (APAC) companies have committed to a strategic agreement in a bid to expand further within the region and beyond.

VSTECS China CEO Liu Ningdong and JD Group vice president and JD Cloud strategic cooperation head Wang Peinuan signed off a partnership where both companies will combine their resources to boost application, promotion, and development of cloud computing and related services in China and overseas markets.

This includes the construction and operation of data centers.

Thus far JD Cloud has attracted more than 2,500 enterprise class partners and 330,000 registered users. JD cloud president Samuel Shen says the company is constantly toiling to produce new innovations in its products and services with the aim to go global – and the partnership with VSTECS is a critical first step.

"VSTECS makes full use of cutting-edge technologies like cloud computing, big data and AI to boost service innovation. We are pleased to work with such like-minded partners as VSTECS to continuously create value for customers," says Shen.

Boasting the title of APAC’s largest technology product solution and supply chain service platform, VSTECS has a service networking covering nine countries including China, Singapore, and Malaysia. This ecosystem reaches 1.8 billion people via the company’s 45,000 channel partners.

VSTECS Group vice president and chairman of VSTECS China at the signing ceremony Zhou Yibing says the company matches well with JD Cloud in resource and positioning, especially its overseas market expansion capability that has fuelled the partnership.

"JD Cloud is very capable of technological innovation. Taking VSTECS' advantages in the channel and market coverage, plus its customer resources and industry practices accumulated over the years, this cooperation will bring users better cloud services and lead the future of cloud computing with JD Cloud in Asia Pacific," says Yibing.

The specific of the partnership are clear and concise, with highlights including:

  • Conduct in-depth cooperation in cloud computing, big data, AI, commerce and trade, technology, logistics, finance, e-commerce, group purchase, construction and operation of data centers, industry incubation and talent cultivation, and prioritize introducing each other's products and solutions.
  • Select each other as primary supplier and channel agents.
  • Select each other as primary strategic partners for innovative services.
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