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Exeed adds ConnectWise software to managed services porfolio

29 Aug 2018

Local Kiwi distributor Exeed has announced that it will offer its resellers the ConnectWise software platform.

ConnectWise provides software to managed services providers (MSPs) that streamlines the delivery of services to end customers.

Its award-winning business management platform automates the full lifecycle of technology service delivery, from sales and service to project tracking and back office functions, from a single pane of glass.

“The NZ IT industry is always changing and many of our customers are embracing managed services to create new revenue streams,” says Exeed managing director Justin Tye.

“ConnectWise already has a large customer base in NZ but we believe there is a huge opportunity for more of our reseller partners.”

Exeed Limited, a New Zealand owned and operated IT distribution company, has been in operation since 2002.

“As we continually strive to better serve our New Zealand partners, we are proud to announce our partnership with Exeed, allowing us to offer the ConnectWise platform to a broader market of channel partners,” says ConnectWise international sales vice president Gregg Lalle.

“It is evident by the numerous awards and accolades Exeed has garnered that they work to ensure their partners are as successful as possible. We look forward to delivering industry-leading Managed Services automation to Exeed’s channel and its end customers.”

Exeed’s cloud services include Microsoft Cloud Solutions, vGRID’s infrastructure and backup services, SkyKick, BitTitan, Webroot, Sophos, ConnectWise, ControlC, Crossware, SuiteFiles, RapidstartCRM, Leapthought and Acronis.

ConnectWise is a software company that provides a business management platform that automates the full lifecycle of technology service delivery, from sales and service to project tracking and back-office functions.

Its focus is an open ecosystem, providing choice and a single pane of glass view.

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