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Why Resell Hosted Services

Download the Cobweb partner brochureThe moment for Hosted Services and applications has arrived with increasing double digit growth year on year over the last three years. Customer demand  is strong and increasing every month. Now is the right time for you to join this market and establish yourself with your customers as a credible provider of SaaS hosted applications.

Entering into this high growth market will generate you new recurring revenue streams, whilst retaining customer ownership and earning a generous margin from a rich services portfolio.

Partner with the best of breed. As one of the UK’s leading Microsoft Gold Partners for Hosted Services, having over 11 years of experience and trusted by over 5,000 business customers, we only use proven robust technologies and offer a range of support tools including online training, sales and account management.

Tap into our lead generation and marketing support channels to attract new business. By building a trusted relationship with established experts you will be able to focus on adding additional, chargeable value to your customers and build a profitable and stable recurring revenue channel.

 

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Latest News

Cloud services now dominate in IT healthcare organisations
18 July 2014 - An ever-increasing number of healthcare technology organisations in the US are adopting cloud services, with 83 per cent of IT executives reporting that they've already put in place, according to a new survey.

Majority of businesses have adopted at least one cloud service
14 July 2014 - Some 78 per cent of UK businesses have now adopted one or more cloud-based services, new research from the Cloud Industry Forum (CIF) reveals.

There's more to the cloud than cost-cutting potential, expert says
14th July 2014 - Businesses looking to make use of the cloud should avoid choosing vendors that only focus on the financial upsides of the technology, the Bank of England's (BoE) CIO has said.