Australian Cloud Channel Company rhipe Joins Access4 Partner Network

Australian Cloud Channel Company rhipe Joins Access4 Partner Network

By Tracey E. Schelmetic

Today, more than ever before, remote workforces require efficient collaboration tools rooted in cloud technology so they can work together effectively even when they’re not in the same place. Many companies achieve this goal with the implementation of unified communications and collaboration products.

Australian company Access4 delivers unified communications and collaboration products, all underpinned via its self-serve automated platform SASBOSS, uniting cloud communications into a seamless experience for MSPs. The company delivers its solutions through a trusted partner network. As a channel only provider, Access4 relies on reseller and managed services partners.

rhipe Limited is an Australian cloud channel company that offers licensing, business development, and knowledge services that support services providers, system integrators, and software vendors in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region. Now, rhipe has announced that it has been appointed as an APAC distributor for Access4.

“With many organizations operating outside of the traditional office environment, businesses need the enterprise level cloud voice and collaboration tools delivered by Access4, helping them transform collaboration with virtual solutions that support dynamic work locations,” said Dominic O’Hanlon, CEO of rhipe, in a statement. “We are pleased to welcome Access4 to the rhipe vendor portfolio.”

Access4 managing director Tim Jackson noted that its partners experience seamless provisioning, automated invoicing and a flexible product suite backed by carrier grade services and industry leading integrations.

“rhipe helps extend Access4’s offering with a proven history servicing MSPs in the APAC region,” said Jackson in a statement. “We are both committed to making MSPs successful and the integration of PRISM and SASBOSS will be a unique differentiator. The additional benefit of rhipe’s full-service model with support and Professional Services available, widens the possibilities for Partners looking to scale up their capability.”

Access4 joins other vendors that have recently joined the rhipe portfolio, including Runecast, Octopus Cloud and Nerdio.

Edited by Maurice Nagle
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