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Memory Box launches reseller programme at CeBIT

24 May 10

Memory Box is an  Australian software engineering company that specialises in software development services for both local and international customers. After winning two awards last year, it’s launching a new reseller programme at CeBIT in Sydney this week.

"Small to medium service providers can earn up to 20% recurring commissions with the programme", promised Trevor Glen, Managing Director. "We can help resellers expand their product and service offering to their customers with a service that solves a very real problem that their customers face. CeBIT provides a great platform to talk to new resellers as well as meet potential investors in the company.

Memory Box won the Startup Company award at the 2009 iAwards and the 'Tools and Infrastructure' category at the APICTA awards.

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