Online back-up software vendor, Memory Box, is kicking-off its first reseller program at CeBIT.
Memory Box is a spin-off company of Adelaide-based software engineering firm, Sarugo, which started developing Memory Box software in 2005. The vendor was formed in February. Its software backs up data using space from a community of hard discs rather than a single server to minimise risk of data loss.
Memory Box has a small number of resellers but is keen to meet a swathe of potential partners at CeBIT. Memory Box managing director, Trevor Glen, said it was willing to take on any company interested in reselling its product.
“It can be a Web developer wanting a recurring revenue stream, to IT integrators with larger customers. It is a wide range of people we are targeting,” he said.
Small to medium service providers can earn up to 20 per cent recurring commissions, according to the vendor. While the company does sell direct, Glen said it wanted to push more business into the channel. It aims to have around 1000 resellers by year’s end.
CeBIT is being hosted at the Sydney Convention Centre, Darling Harbour, from May 24-26.
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