|By Marketwired .||
|April 7, 2014 05:00 PM EDT||
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/07/14 -- GSX Solutions [www.gsx.com] -- the global leader in proactive, consolidated monitoring and reporting of enterprise collaboration environments, including Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SharePoint, BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES), and IBM Notes -- today announced its new, exclusive distributor to cover Australia territory: Go-IT. Go-IT is a master reseller of software technologies that provide infrastructure optimization and cloud enablement solutions in the Asia-Pacific region.
To enlarge their visibility, they have teamed up to jointly showcase GSX Monitor & Analyzer solutions at CeBIT Australia, May 5 to 7.
"We are pleased to support Go-IT, our exclusive partner in the fast-growing Australian market," said Antoine Leboyer, CEO of GSX. "They provide a key service for customers who wish to ensure smooth operation of their mission-critical messaging and collaboration systems."
Visit booth #J81 at CeBIT Australia
Go-IT and GSX will jointly showcase GSX Monitor & Analyzer solutions in booth #J81 at CeBIT Australia 2014 in Sydney, Australia, on May 5 to 7. For more information on GSX solutions and partner opportunities, please visit gsx.com.
Go-IT Group is a master reseller of software technologies that provide infrastructure optimization and cloud enablement solutions to clients through a network of value-added partners in the Asia-Pacific region. We have deep, trusted relationships with our software vendors, who generally work with and through us on exclusive representational bases. We provide sales, sales support and in-time-zone technical support. We work closely with our partners to deliver on-time, on-budget outcomes for their clients. Whether you are a prospective partner or an end user looking for information on a partner in your region, contact us for immediate attention from one of our specialists. www.go-it.co
Go-IT contact: [email protected] Media: [email protected]
About GSX Solutions
GSX Solutions is the global leader in proactive, consolidated monitoring, analysis, and management of enterprise collaboration and messaging environments, including Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, BlackBerry Enterprise Server, and IBM Notes, as well as LDAP and SMTP ports, and any URL. GSX Solutions is a Microsoft Systems Center Alliance Partner, a Microsoft Silver Partner in messaging and server platform competencies, a BlackBerry Alliance Elite Partner, and provides automated server maintenance for Domino and Windows-based servers. Monitoring 6 million mailboxes for over 600 global enterprises, GSX is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, with R&D in Nice, France, and offices in the US, UK and China. For more product information and partner opportunities, please visit www.gsx.com.
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