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Binary Tree signs ANZ deal with go-itgroup

24 May 2012

Email migration software company Binary Tree has signed an ANZ distribution deal with Australia-based go-itgroup.

 

Based in New York and with a local office in Sydney, Binary Tree enables mailbox migrations to Microsoft’s Exchange 2010 and Office 365 solutions, and has been in operation since 1993.

 

The deal is just the third partnership for go-itgroup, which also handles active directory management brand Blackbird and cloud automation brand InContinuum.

 

Gavin Griffiths, managing director of go-itgroup, says both companies are committed to helping clients who wish to ‘move seamlessly to the latest technology quickly, cost effectively, and with as little risk to business continuity as possible’.

 

Described on its website as a ‘master reseller’, go-itgroup specialises in ‘providing a short cut for local ANZ organisations...  to access the leading technologies that are providing US and EMEA organisations with significant cost savings, efficiency benefits or mandatory reporting frameworks for their industries’.

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