New TD Synnex Directory Promises Partners More Mutually Beneficial Connections

The directory will initially include exclusive and premium benefits for CommunitySolv members.

Claudia Adrien

March 22, 2023

2 Min Read

Global technology distributor TD Synnex has launched its new partner directory that will enhance opportunities and create more direct, mutually beneficial connections to accelerate partners’ business growth.

The platform launched to TD Synnex CommunitySolv members and will expand to all North American TD Synnex partners later this year.


TD Synnex’s Kaye McMillan

Kaye McMillan is SVP, sales development and communities at TD Synnex.

“We could not be more excited to provide a portal that will effectively harness the power of peer-to-peer collaboration in a more comprehensive way,” McMillan said. “One of the tremendous benefits of our community membership is the engagement opportunities that can help our partners learn, solve, deliver and evolve.”

Moreover, the partner directory allows members to build their own profile with advanced searchable criteria. This includes practice type, solutions areas, key partners, certifications and more. Each partner can identify their “top superpowers and capabilities” in their profile. This makes it easier to communicate their own unique value. In addition, it becomes easier to identify a peer that has desired capabilities for partnership.

Targeting CommunitySolv Members

The first phase of the directory will include exclusive and premium benefits for CommunitySolv members. CommunitySolv includes more than 1,000 technology partners. They have access to exclusive resources, experiences and other benefits that support their business growth.


TD Synnex’s Stacy Nethercoat

Stacy Nethercoat is EVP of advanced solutions at TD Synnex.

“We believe that this directory will improve our partners’ competitive advantage for their own future. Success today requires an organization that is connected. This platform will help our partners leverage individual strengths for new outcomes,” Nethercoat said. “We are excited to see the collaboration possibilities for our partners, whether it’s accessing new markets or finding peers that specialize in niche capabilities.”

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Claudia Adrien

Claudia Adrien is a reporter for Channel Futures where she covers breaking news. Prior to Informa, she wrote about biosecurity and infectious disease for a national publication. She holds a degree in journalism from the University of Florida and resides in Tampa.

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