Microsoft gold partner Winc will be targeting the small to medium business sector with newly created cloud bundles under its Cloud.Winc marketplace.
The self-service, click and deploy portal offers monthly subscription-based licensing to customers, centralised billing, support and user usage reports.
For a short time, Winc is offering customers free trials of the service, which features virtualised back-up, security and infrastructure-as-a-service.
Prior to rolling out the service, Winc conducted a small pilot program to help validate its market approach.
“Winc sources, packages and delivers whatever a workplace needs to work across office essentials, furniture, safety equipment - and now with Cloud.Winc marketplace - the complete package when it comes to complex technology solutions,” Winc Australia CEO Darren Fullerton said.
“Our long heritage in technology procurement means we’re uniquely placed to be able to remove so many of the pain points commonly experienced by SMBs who attempt to navigate this space on their own. By looking after end-to-end IT set up for our customers, we free companies to do what they do best.”
At this point in time, the marketplace will focus on Microsoft 365 and Azure, but Fullerton didn't rule out expanding the services to include other cloud vendors that complement each other.
In January, Winc hired Jan Bielecki as its new regional sales manager, after spending six years at distribution giant, Ingram Micro.
At the time of his appointment, Fullerton said Bielecki would play a pivotal role in meeting workplace solution requirements for its customers.