Total IT Global Introduces Warehouse-as-a-Service

Total IT Global - Warehouse as a Service (WhaaS)

The launch of Total IT Global’s newest solution, ‘Warehouse-as-a-Service’ (WHaaS), which offers a flexible, affordable, and scalable solution for IT asset storage and logistics, has been announced. Total IT Global is an integrated IT solutions provider, offering holistic, vendor-agnostic hardware and managed service solutions for workspaces, data centers, and cloud infrastructures in over 128 countries.

This is Total IT Global’s third straight service launch. Total IT Global recently took the stage to introduce a wide range of new service offerings, including Wireless Site Survey and Smart Kiosk.

With more than 500 staging sites in more than 100 countries, Total IT Global’s WHaaS would provide multinational corporations a broad range of warehousing and logistics services, including bulk storage, handling, and fulfilment of devices and safety supplies.

Secure Freight Management

“With our global experience and years of brand legacy, our warehouse infrastructure support speaks of quality and trust that facilitates uninterrupted workflows and flexibility for our clients,” said Akhil Gupta, CEO at Total IT Global. “WHaaS is designed to build a scalable foundation for our clients that delivers all-round efficiencies and RoI too.”

In order to satisfy strict SLAs, Total IT Global’s WHaaS is a highly scalable, plug-and-play approach that would provide flexibility for near-shore storage, staging, and handling of devices. A dedicated Global Export Desk with Importer/Exporter-of-Record (IoR/EoR) and Delivery Duty Paid (DDP) capacity in 180+ countries would generate significant return on investment (ROI) by reducing the amount of time, money, and labor needed to complete the task.

“WHaaS deploys industry-leading automation and digitization tools to handle mission-critical and highly secure freight management,” said PR Rajesh Kumar, CGO, Total IT Global. “It provides seamless operational experience to our clients, and facilitating greater visibility and control of IT assets.”

The elastic logistics architecture provided by WHaaS would aid multinational corporations in achieving their ESG objectives and enhancing performance with optimum uptime.