Mobile software outfit targets UK channel

XOffice mobile business applications come to the UK.
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XOffice International has brought its SMB oriented on-demand mobile business applications to the UK market, with the channel a central part of its ambitious growth plans.

The Anglo-Dutch company is in the final stages of setting up indirect channels dedicated to growing not only the UK SMB market for mobile applications overall, but also XOffice’s share within that sector.

“XOffice provides all of the standard modules needed for the day-to-day management of a company," said Simon Draper, VP of sales and marketing at XOffice.

“These applications are seamlessly integrated and securely available over the internet – no matter what device you are using – at anytime and in anyplace”.

Partners will have the ability to sell XOffice’s managed services to improve connectivity and productivity for the SMB work force.

XOffice utilises the 'Software as a Service' model which offers significant cost savings over traditional models. The benefits for the channel are also clear as this model provides a recurring monthly income to resellers for providing and supporting XOffice’s groupware and mobile solutions.

“From our experiences in Europe, we can see a clear space for our products within the SMB market place, and we will be looking to secure indirect relationships with a variety of channel partners in order to secure this space," said Draper.

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