Australian software developer, Asset.Guru, has launched an Australian business partner program, signing on Account.able Advisory, My Accounts, Sky Accountants and Bookkeeping Dynamos as its initial foundation channel partners.
The company said, in a statement, that the launch of the Asset.Guru partner program comes on the back of its recent success in the entertainment, human resources and not for profit sectors with Asset.Guru increasingly seen as a go-to asset management solution for Australian businesses.
The Asset.Guru partner program aims to provides partners, typically those dispensing tax advice, with specialist services and deep vertical market expertise, education and marketing tools, as well as a pricing discount structure commensurate with the partner’s success selling Asset.Guru.
Asset.Guru CEO and founder, Chris Petersen, said the partner program was launched to not only provide a solution which automates the tracking and managing of physical assets, but also offer its partners the structure, training and pricing to support their operations.
“Organisations today are working with partners to invest in Cloud-based software solutions that meet their needs, and that relationship requires a high level of trust between the vendor, its valued partners and end user customers.
“We will provide leads to our participating business partners where clients need tax advice for depreciation, services to get their asset register in order, or business advice on how to cope with business process change,” he claimed.
Accountable.Advisory director, Christopher Jenkins, said signing on as a partner has enabled the company to deliver a fixed asset management solution to its clients, in turn helping them to further improve their asset environment.
“Asset.Guru fulfills a niche in the market which has traditionally been lacking. Not only does it offer users an asset depreciation system but also a fixed asset register which is an attractive combination for large enterprises and public sector organisations such as hospitals which require a robust high end asset register,” Sky Accountants CEO, Jamie Johns, added.