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Global markets beckon as OfficeBox takes the plunge in North America and EMEA

Global markets beckon as OfficeBox takes the plunge in North America and EMEA

“I know what’s in the market today and OfficeBox is unlike anything I’ve ever seen."

Australian company Cloud DC has appointed Affinity Cloud Connections to deliver on the ‘Go to Market’ strategy for their flagship product, OfficeBox, across North America and EMEA.

Since launching in New Zealand in 2014, the highly anticipated launch of OfficeBox will go live under the SaaS marketplace, SaaSMAX, at the CompTIA Channel Conference in Chicago August 2-5, followed by its European debut in September.

OfficeBox is a fully automated Workspace platform, white labelled and sold only through resellers and is built on the shoulders of tech giants Amazon Web Services, Citrix and Microsoft.

Maureen Lindsey, Chief Connector at Affinity, is an industry veteran, experienced working with channel partners, distribution companies and global enterprises alike.

“I know what’s in the market today and OfficeBox is unlike anything I’ve ever seen,” Lindsey adds. “This is being received by industry leaders as the next generation of how applications and information are delivered to users.

“OfficeBox is a game changer, and we are projecting that we will deliver 75,000-100,000 monthly subscribers within 12-18 months.”

During the 2015 Microsoft World Partner Conference in Orlando, OfficeBox gained significant recognition from key players including Microsoft and Citrix as well as many Managed Service Providers looking to leverage cloud services within their own business.

As the first workspace to be built using the complete Citrix Referenced Architecture on AWS (Amazon Web Services) and delivered in such a way the offers a number of distinct advantages over incumbent technology, OfficeBox is being acknowledged as one of the most advanced workspace platform in the market today, some 12-24 months ahead of its competition.

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