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CentraStage signs deal with GoWorld

CentraStage signs deal with GoWorld

UK-based IT device management and support software provider CentraStage has signed an international reseller agreement with Auckland company GoWorld. The agreement allows the company to resell CentraStage remote device management services.

GoWorld is a managed security services provider which has been operating since 2007.

CentraStage managing director Christian Nagele says the addition of a New Zealand reseller is another step forward.

“Our SaaS model means the technology is available globally, and the combination of our functionality and price point means we can offer an attractive remote monitoring and management tools to the market.”

GoWorld director Peter Innes says in the short time it has been working with CentraStage, it has already seen significant interest from customers.

“The solution has been well received in New Zealand and we see it filling a gap in the market – we are confident of significant business growth throughout the region due to CentraStage.”


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