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Exeed launches cloud portfolio

11 Nov 11

HP distributor Exeed has signed an exclusive agreement to distribute the cloud-based email brand SMX in New Zealand, as the first step in establishing a comprehensive cloud portfolio.

Justin Tye, Exeed managing director, says the cloud portfolio will allow Exeed to provide a quick and efficient channel interface for SaaS applications.

"[SMX] represents a logical place for us to start in launching our cloud software portfolio,” Tye says.

"Not only is SMX a New Zealand-owned and operated company, it is also an international market leader in its ability to provide carrier-grade, highly scalable email security for companies and organisations of all sizes.”

Exeed will assume responsibility for maintaining and developing the SMX channel, while SMX will continue to handle implementation and service directly. 

Jesse Ball says he has ‘great confidence’ that Exeed will provide the same levels of service to resellers.

"HP has provided a great growth platform for Exeed,” Ball says.

"Exeed has state of the art systems and processes and very high levels of customer satisfaction.”

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