Ballarat-based Ezy IT Australia has entered into liquidation after an order by the Supreme Court of Victoria on 3 October.
Unified Communications as-a-service provider Access4 applied for the winding up of Ezy IT on 30 August, with the court later appointing Glenn Spooner and Daniel Juratowitch of Cor Cordis as the liquidators.
The IT service provider was registered with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) in May 2015.
Ezy IT offered a vast number of services including cloud systems, onsite systems, system backup, unified communications-as-a-service, mobility solutions and managed IT, in addition to claiming to provide customers with the next level of IT systems.
A spokesperson for Cor Cordis told ARN that the investigations into the company's affairs are ongoing but that the business operations were ceased prior to the liquidators' appointment.
At this stage it is unclear how much the company owes to creditors.
Access4 told ARN that it does not comment individually on partners' debt positions.
"Access4 does offer its partners generous trading terms and we will work with them should they encounter financial difficulty however, we do not allow non-payment of due bills and will pursue payment via appropriate channels," a spokesperson told ARN.
ARN has attempted to contact Ezy IT and its director for comment.