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Vault Intelligence partners with Vita Group for product expansion

Vault Intelligence partners with Vita Group for product expansion

The partnership will see Vault Solo sold through the Vita Enterprise Solutions sales group

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Vault Intelligence has partnered with Vita Group in order to expand the development and sales of Vault’s Solo product.

The partnership would see Vault Solo sold through the Vita Enterprise Solutions sales group into large enterprises.

This announcement expands the reach of Vita, which has over 100 Vita-owned Telstra stores nationwide for retail customers and four Vita-owned Telstra business technology centres in NSW and Queensland for small- to medium-business customers.

David Rose, COO and executive director at Vault said the agreement is a strong endorsement of Vault and Solo.

“Vita Group brings a large and committed sales force, strong existing customer relationships and the ability to bundle professional services, telco and our applications into valuable customer propositions,” Rose said.

“Our teams are working closely together on several opportunities, joint marketing programs and solution bundles to generate significant growth for both organisations.”

With the partnership, Rose said he believed Vault would remain on target to reach the company's financial goal for FY20.

Paul Edmondson, general manager for business and enterprise ICT channel at Vita Group added that the Vault’s solutions and Vita’s consultants would be a “winning combination” for both companies.

“We’re very pleased to be working with the Vault team on this exciting initiative. At Vita, we pride ourselves on our ability to consult with our customers, and provide the very best technology solutions, to add real value,” Edmondson said.

The distribution of Vault Solo follows the announcement by Vita Group to increase its Telstra retail presence by amending its master licence.

Vault Solo, the product the partnership is focused on, is a workforce management ecosystem that uses mobility devices, such as Samsung Galaxy watches, to track employees through a check-in system.

Article updated on 8 October at 3:55pm to clarify that the Vault Solo product is being sold through the Vita Enterprise Solutions sales group into large enterprises rather than via Vita’s Telstra-branded stores.


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