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Solnet Solutions turns to gold

Solnet Solutions turns to gold

Systems integrator Solnet Solutions has become the first local certified gold partner of US-based company Alfresco Software.

Alfresco is an open source enterprise content management system. According to the company, the partnership is a key step as Solnet improves its offerings for the ANZ markets.

Managing director Mark Botherway says customer demand drove it to make the investment.

“Not only can we deliver and integrate the offering, we also provide local call centre support services. Whether the need be for content management, records management or PRA compliance, Alfresco is an option that enterprises should evaluate.”

Alfresco APAC vice president Denis Dorval says Solnet’s depth of technical experience and Java expertise is a great asset to local customers.


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