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OneNet Limited Steve Victor

01 Feb 10

Steve is focused on developing OneNet’s business partner channel so that OneNet’s cloud computing services may be sold by business partners to their respective clients. OneNet’s services include Hosted Exchange, BlackBerry Enterprise Server, Windows SharePoint Services and Dynamics CRM. Most importantly, OneNet hosts all of the applications a client may own. This includes line-of-business applications such as MYOB, SAP, Greentree, Axapta or QuickBooks, as well as custom-written applications. OneNet business partners provide ongoing professional services, on-site support and product provisioning. OneNet rewards its business partners with recurring monthly fees for the cloud services sold to their clients. 

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