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ResellerClub to offer G Suite through 200,000 sub-resellers worldwide

08 Dec 16

Global provider Endurance International Group is using its ResellerClub platform to offer Google's G-Suite applications to around 200,000 sub-resellers in more than 150 countries, including China and Indonesia.

ResellerClub is providing G Suite, which includes Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Drive and Google Docs, as well as Tier 2 technical support and training resources, and the company says the partnership with Google will benefit resellers and customers.

“Endurance has a longstanding relationship with Google, and we are thrilled to embark on this journey to empower international small businesses by introducing Google’s G Suite through ResellerClub. Our ResellerClub customers will experience equivalent customer support and service as they would if they were to purchase products directly through Google," says Endurance CEO & founder Hari Ravichandran.

Endurance and Google have had a successful partnership since 2014, when Endurance offered G Suite on Bluehost,, iPage and HostGator platforms. In 2015 the company extended the platforms to include BigRock in India, and others.

ResellerClub is a platform for designers, web hosts, domain resellers and others a place to sell web services, site building, email, hosting and VPS solutions.

Current partners include AppMachine, Think Tech Services, Webclincher, Sokrati, Zabec and Cornet Infotech.

Endurance Group's second quarter 2016 financial figures showed that its annual GAAP revenue sits at $290.7 million.

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