Queensland-based ISP, Gcomm, is on the hunt for more system integrators and managed service providers to join its channel.
It is a national provider of Internet and private network services for businesses.
The ISP recently won AAPT’s Queensland wholesale partner of the year for Ethernet sales. It has been an AAPT partner for eight years.
Gcomm also established a new point of presence (POP) in Western Australia as part of its growth plans. It currently has POPs in Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
It has a direct sales force in South-East Queensland and is looking for resellers there while in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth the company is hunting for wholesalers that rebrand the service as their own.
“We are looking for IT consultants and system integrators that currently have a position of trusted adviser to their customers,” Gcomm general manager, Adam Tessieri, said. “These partners will want to recommend a good telco partner and to grow their recurring revenue base beyond the system integration they already offer.”
The ISP is also working closely with partners in Darwin.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) will bring more connectivity options Gcomm can provide to partners, he said.
Gcomm is set to expand its managed services offering into the cloud space. It has partnered up with cloud specialists as well as develop its own product set in the cloud backup area.
The ISP was formed in 1996 and has provisioned services for the tallest residential building in the world, Q1, in Queensland.