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Unit4 target regional Australia with MOQdigital agreement

06 Nov 17

Unit4, a company who specialise in enterprise applications for services organisations, has inked a local resell agreement with MOQdigital.

Describing MOQdigital as Australia’s leading business transformation company, Unit4 says the agreement will see their product line resold across Australia, with specific expansion in mind for the regional IT market.

The company says this will allow them to open up new avenues of growth, praising MOQdigital for its extensive presence across the Australian market.

It says the deal represents not only an opportunity for expansion, but also for consolidation of its local footprint.  

Chris Tithof, Unit4  A/NZ channel director says, “We’re excited to announce this partnership with MOQdigital.

“We’ve been successfully working with other partners in this region for a number of years now and are thrilled with the opportunity to be reaching broader markets with MOQdigital.”

Earlier this year, Unit4 also ramped up its local leadership team with the appointment of Dan Ussher and Jeff Arnold as sales directors for A/NZ.

The company said the appointments were made in response to demand for end-to-end industry-specific cloud solutions in A/NZ.

At the time Arnold said, “we’re seeing big changes to enterprise software strategies in our industries, thanks to new digital, mobile and cloud technologies, particularly in government and other high cost/low margin industries that are currently revisiting their ERP roadmap as the trend towards SaaS continues.”

MOQdigital specialises in digital technology solutions and says it provides superior customer experiences and drives high rates of productivity for its partners.

Damien Harrison from MOQdigital was recently honoured at the Nutanix Partner awards in September, as Nutanix Partner Technical MVP.

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