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Elcom names three new channel partners

24 Mar 2010

Daemon Group, Wispa and Bortell sign up to extend the reach of Elcom's web applications.

Elcom said it had revamped and improved its partner program over recent months and is now focused on increasing the number of strategic partners.

“We are committed to evolving and strengthening our partner program throughout 2010,” said John Anstey, CEO, Elcom. “We envisage increasing software sales through carefully selected channel partners operating within different audience segments.”

The firm said that partnering with Bortell will improve its ability to target SMBs while joining forces with Daemon Group and Wispa lets Elcom expand its business into the digital marketing space.

“Small businesses are looking for a way to integrate their content management and CRM solutions to streamline business operations,” said Julian Miller, Director, Bortell. “By partnering with Elcom we are able to provide our customers with a solid, attractively priced content management solution that will scale to meet their business needs.”

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