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UltraServe aims to double growth as Hybris Extend reseller

UltraServe aims to double growth as Hybris Extend reseller

Australian company looks at European, American, and further Asian expansion

UltraServe's Samuel Yeats.

UltraServe's Samuel Yeats.

Sydney-based Infrastructure- and Platform-as-a-Service (IaaS and PaaS) provider, UltraServe, has become a public Cloud provider for Hybris Software’s Extend product as part of its global outreach strategy.

Having recently won new customers in New Zealand and London, UltraServe chief executive (CEO) and founder, Samuel Yeats, said the reseller will use Extend as a key component in growing traction in Europe, the Americas, and Asia.

“Our self-developed Hybris platform offering, SmartStack, provides customers with a highly flexible and robust capability to get the most out their Hybris investment,” Yeats said.

“We’ve built this Cloud platform to address the challenges of delivering enterprise commerce in the Cloud. Being part of the Extend marketplace strongly validates our capability and allows us to service even more customers. While it’s difficult to put a number around that, we expect to at least double our current growth rate.”

UltraServe performs continual load, security and penetration testing for iterative feedback. It claims this helps it ‘right-size’ the service to provide customers a tailored product.

“After go-live, we go a step further by proactively monitoring and managing not only the infrastructure and operating system, but the actual application itself. If an issue arises, we identify the problem with the integrator and manage the issue through to resolution so the customer gets the best possible service and outcome.”


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