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Cobweb Business Productivity Suites - Compare

Cobweb are able to provide complete cloud services for any business size, select below to find out more about our business productivity suites:

Small Business Suite: 1 - 50 users

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The Cobweb Small Business Suite is available for businesses with up to 50 users (there is no minimum user requirement).

Created as complete IT suite for small business, this package for messaging, communication and collaboration, is specifically tailored to the needs of the SME market.

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Enterprise Business Suite: 25 - 1000 users enterprise select

Cobweb Enterprise Suite is delivered as a fully managed solution with a guaranteed service level and predictable monthly costs, you can experience significantly lower of cost ownership for your messaging and collaboration needs.

This suite is available for all businesses with over 25 users.

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Bespoke & Dedicated Solutions: 1000 + usersbespoke select

 For businesses with more than 1000 users, Cobweb is pleased to be able to offer both bespoke and dedicated solutions to meet your exact business needs. 

Our team of highly specialised consultants we can help you with a painless transition from existing on-site hardware to a managed cloud solution.

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