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​Exeed bolsters cloud credentials with Microsoft ISV deal

​Exeed bolsters cloud credentials with Microsoft ISV deal

Distributor deepens cloud play with BitTitan deal.

Justin Tye - Managing Director, Exeed

Justin Tye - Managing Director, Exeed

Exeed has ramped up its cloud offerings in New Zealand, after striking a distribution deal with Microsoft independent software vendor (ISV), BitTitan.

Terms of the deal will see Exeed offer its resellers solutions from BitTitan, a global cloud services enablement and managed services automation leader.

“Exeed has made significant progress with its Microsoft CSP business over the past year and the addition of BitTitan to our portfolio will only strengthen our CSP business,” Exeed managing director, Justin Tye, said.

“In addition, the Azure tools will help us to present a compelling business case to resellers considering a move to off premise environments for their customers.

“We are delighted that BitTitan has chosen to work with Exeed and we look forward to a productive and successful partnership.”

BitTitan’s flagship product, MSPComplete - a born-in-the-cloud solution - is a cloud services enablement platform, designed to allow customers to sell more cloud services, onboard more cloud projects, and maximise customer lifetime value.

Often referred to as a cloud “business-in-a-box,” the platform removes the need for extensive sales, marketing, business or technical expertise.

Since its launch, MSPComplete has struck deals with more than 8,500 customers worldwide.

“The BitTitan cloud services delivery and managed services automation portfolio lends itself exceptionally well to the Microsoft Cloud Service Provider (CSP) ecosystem,” BitTitan territory manager of Australia and New Zealand, Dave Gray, added.

“By partnering with a strong New Zealand distributor like Exeed, we will be able to provide our world-class tools and resources to even more IT service providers in the region.

“Furthermore, this strategic alliance will help our joint partners build a better business around Azure and BitTitan’s managed services offerings.”


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