Atmail has partnered with Cloud DC to deliver its messaging and collaboration platform to Cloud DC users.
As part of the partnership between the two Sunshine Coast-based companies, Cloud DC will offer Atmail as a standard feature within its basic OfficeBox package, delivering a full messaging and collaboration experience for OfficeBox users.
Atmail is now a white-labeled reseller of OfficeBox, and will offer the product to its thousands of customers.
Cloud DC’s flagship product, OfficeBox, lets users take their desktop environment with them wherever they go.
Users can access their desktop Office programs like Adobe, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Microsoft Word, Excel, and more, through smartphones, tablets, laptops and other devices, at any time.
Atmail offers messaging and collaboration solutions to businesses, universities, government agencies, service providers, and SMBs.
Its complete platform, including email, calendar, and contact management for businesses, powers more than 45 million mailboxes for thousands of businesses worldwide, including major Australian Internet service providers Optus, iiNet and TPG.
Atmail vice-president of global sales, Mark Phillips, said although OfficeBox was a relatively young product, it was built perfectly.
"We believe it has the potential to go global," he said.
"Atmail has thousands of international customers, so we want to help OfficeBox expand.
He said Atmail was a forward thinking technology company.
"It is refreshing to find similar attributes in Cloud DC, and who would have thought we are just down the road from each other,” he said.
Cloud DC chief executive, Steve Robinson, said Atmail was a leader in messaging technology, with over 15 years under its belt.
"It’s a big opportunity for OfficeBox to get the attention it deserves,” he said.
“By integrating the atmail solution, OfficeBox customers will now have instant access to email, calendar and contact management through the simple, easy to manage web admin portal."