GTRI Earns Splunk’s Elite Partner Designation; Greg Hanchin Comments

GTRI logo_GovConExecutiveGlobal Technology Resources Inc. has received the elite partner designation under Splunk Inc.’s program intended to recognize partners who invested in the company’s products and services.

GTRI has provided solutions that build on several applications for Splunk Enterprise, with investments in consulting, implementation and training resources, according to a GTRI statement.

Greg Hanchin, business development manager for security and big data at GTRI, said Splunk’s software help GTRI’s customers troubleshoot their network, boost security and track applications.

The Elite Partner program aims to identify Splunk partners who demonstrate capabilities in area expertise, service, and support.

“GTRI leadership and staff quickly realized the impact a platform for machine data makes in an organization,” said Jeff Hodges, director of Channels, Americas, Splunk.

“We look forward to continuing our work with GTRI to help even more organizations gain insight from machine data,” Hodges added.

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