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Innovix launches cloud marketplace; signs on as Microsoft CSP

18 Apr 17

Innovix has launched its Innovix Marketplace online store in Singapore and Malaysia enabling local resellers to sell and manage cloud offerings via the marketplace portal.

The cloud Marketplace launch comes as the distributor also signs on as a Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider.

The CSP program is designed to help resellers grow their cloud practices with Microsoft solutions, enabling resellers to provision, bundle, invoice, manage and supporting Microsoft offerings via the program.

Microsoft says its cloud partners are proving to be more profitable than non-cloud partners, seeing twice the growth.

Meanwhile, Innovix says the cloud Marketplace provides resellers with 24-hour access to the company’s products, price list, events and announcements, via computers, smartphone and tablets.

The Singapore marketplace offers a range of brands including Dell EMC, HP, Huawei, Lenovo, Acronis, Epson, Canon, Fujitsu, Trend Micro, Sophos, Vertiv, Fortinet and Caeden.

Resellers are able to sell and manage the cloud services from the Marketplace portal, which also enables them to automate billing and access reporting.

Innovix Distribution, which is a member of the Fortune 500 listed Jardine Matheson Group, is headquartered in Singapore, with operations across Hong Kong, Macau and Malaysia.

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