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Kiwi IT company named premier Google reseller

15 Feb 12

Kiwi IT services company Fronde has been appointed a ‘premier’ enterprise reseller for Google’s Google Apps business tool suite.

The new status comes after years of work as an ‘authorised’ reseller; the company has delivered Google enterprise offerings to more than 100 clients, including New Zealand Post, Noel Leeming Group, and Flight Centre.

Ian Clarke, Fronde CEO, says Google has become a very important part of his business.

"We are looking forward to the opportunities this status will bring,” Clarke says, "as well as working closely with Google to harness our collective knowledge and transform our clients’ businesses.”

Google has two reseller tiers, authorised and premier, and two reseller tracks, an SMB track and an invitation-only enterprise track. Go here for more.

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