29th April 2015, London. Cloudhouse™, a leading vendor of Cloud Application Virtualization technologies, has announced an exclusive partnership with leading technology and professional services provider, Insentra. The agreement sees Insentra appointed as the unique distributor of Cloudhouse Technologies across Australia and New Zealand.
Insentra is a channel-focused, specialist technology services organization that interfaces between Vendors, Distributors, System Integrators, Resellers and their clients. The exceptionally talented team of consultants at Insentra addresses the perennial IT issue of skills shortage and has made strategic investments over the past few years to develop an exceptional team of highly-certified, skilled, experienced people.
Ronnie Altit, Managing Director, Insentra “Cloudhouse will significantly simplify our Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) implementations to reduce project costs whilst simultaneously improving our service” he continues “By being able virtualize ANY desktop application, whilst improving performance over a WAN, we will be saving time and alleviating some of the key complexities and pressure associated with distributing applications across modern operating platforms”. By bringing this technology to the Australian IT Reseller community, I am confident we can simplify the transition to virtualized applications for our partners and their customers.
Insentra’s core objective is to deliver high quality outcomes for end user organizations and the addition of Cloudhouse’s suite of application virtualization and WAN acceleration technologies will further improve this service.
Nick Harmer, CEO, Cloudhouse comments “We love Insentra’s philosophies, their approach and their dedication to providing exceptional customer engagement. These guys focus on employing the best people and continue investing in those people to create a truly brilliant team”. He continues “I’m really pleased our technology is further enhancing the Insentra service and complementing their proposition.”
This partnership is effective immediately with a full announcement being made at CeBIT Australia at Sydney Olympic Park 5 – 7 May 2015.
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