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UK-based CentraStage signs first NZ reseller

01 Sep 10

CentraStage, a UK-based IT device management and support software provider, has signed an international reseller agreement with GoWorld in New Zealand.

The agreement gives GoWorld the rights to resell CentraStage remote device management services.

Peter Innes, Director of GoWorld, said, “In the short time we have been working with CentraStage we have already seen significant interest from our current customers. The solution has been well received in New Zealand and we see it filling a gap in the market - we are confident of significant business growth throughout the region due to CentraStage.”

Christian Nagele, Managing Director at CentraStage, explained, “The addition of a New Zealand-based reseller is another significant step forward for CentraStage as our solution becomes increasingly recognised and used internationally.”

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