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AppSense grows NZ partner base

12 Mar 12

User virtualisation specialists AppSense have added another partner to their New Zealand roster, announcing a deal with Wellington-based IT hosting and infrastructure consultancy firm Resolve Technology.

The company will be an AppSense ‘gold’ certified solution partner, and will be looking to add to AppSense’s 400-strong ANZ customer base.

AppSense already has a number of large and small partners in Auckland, Wellington and Hamilton, including Dimension Data and Datacom. 

Michael Bosnar, ANZ managing director for AppSense, says Resolve has a strong reach into the New Zealand market, and especially the public sector.

"This partnership makes concrete our support for this important part of the Asia Pacific region, where there is a strong appetite for virtualised environments,” Bosnar says.

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