Queensland-based hosted workspace provider Cloud DC has signed its first North American reseller, bringing on board Summit Technology.
The agreement comes less than a few months of appointing Cloud Lucidity as exclusive distributor across the Pacific, as the company continues its growth plans outside of Australia.
“We are excited that Cloud Lucidity has signed its first partner in such a short amount of time, and in particular with the high calibre partner that is Summit Technology,” Cloud DC CEO, Steve Robinson, said.
“This demonstrates the market's anticipation and need for Cloud DC's channel focused platform. With a number of other potential partners queuing up, it has been a fantastic decision to launch in North America and align ourselves closely with Cloud Lucidity.”
As part of the Wasatch Group, Summit Technology is a communications service provider, now taking the Cloud DC Workspace solution to customers across the region.
“Summit Technology has chosen Cloud DC Workspace as the platform for our ongoing cloud strategy with not just the Wasatch Group, but to position as our primary cloud solution for other clients,” Summit Technology COO, Dave Carlson, said.
“Im excited to be developing our partnership with Cloud Lucidity, beginning with the Cloud DC Workspace solution, and am looking forward to the value this will allow Summit to bring to our customers.”
Cloud DC’s flagship product, Cloud DC Workspace, is available exclusively in North America through Cloud Lucidity, which virtualises applications and delivers them to end devices of the user’s choice in a desktop like manner without the constraints of a desktop.
“We have similar goals as Summit that, under Dave’s leadership, delivers quality and affordable solutions with an emphasis on great service,” Cloud Lucidity CEO, Jody Elkins, added.
“So it seemed natural that our companies would be working together to deliver value through the Cloud DC Workspace and other solutions.”
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