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Connector signs disti agreement with virtual desktop provider

Connector signs disti agreement with virtual desktop provider

The partnership will see the companies expanding the A/NZ channel footprint, running campaigns and training partners for knowledge transfer.

Connector Systems has signed a distribution agreement with virtual desktop and app delivery provider 2X Software. The agreement covers Australian and NZ markets.

Mark Dasent, Connector Systems GM for A/NZ said “The 2X Software offering fits perfectly with our existing solution portfolio, particularly the VDI/thin client business unit. Not only does 2X Software develop innovative products such as 2XOS for converting desktop PCs into thin clients, they create solutions, such as 2XLifeCyclePlus, designed to prolong the life of legacy Windows XP PCs.

“2X Software is the number one alternative to Citrix.”

Simonetta Mercieca, 2X Software sales director for the APAC said “Our partnership with Connector Systems is a key building block to expanding the availability of cloud solutions and application delivery products to resellers in Australia and New Zealand.

“This partnership also helps us expand our reach in the ANZ market, by targeting the right channel partner base in remote application and desktop delivery as well as virtualisation and private cloud computing. “

“In the coming year we will focus on training partners to transfer knowledge and skills that would enable them to win more deals and service more and more customers effectively. We will also be working closely with Connector Systems to expand our channel footprint and run several campaigns to enable channel partners and resellers under our brand. We are certain that with our technology, channel partners will be able to drive more margins and achieve a better return on investment for their time and effort,” said Mercieca.

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