Warrington, 20 September 2018 – Synaxon UK, the leading channel services group, has launched Cloud-iQ – a single-pane-of-glass solution that enables VARs and MSPs to benefit from the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) programme.
This valuable and highly significant addition to Synaxon’s online system, EGIS, makes it straightforward for Synaxon members to sign-up for the programme and to provision customers for Office 365 and other Microsoft cloud solutions. It also provides complete control over customer management and billing.
Mike Barron, Channel Services Director of Synaxon UK, said: “If you want a simple, no-nonsense way to get on-board with the Microsoft CSP programme, Cloud-iQ is for you. Not only is it really easy to use, but that it also has some of the most competitive prices of any CSP in the UK. And in addition to Microsoft, Cloud-iQ already includes IBM, Google, AWS, Veeam and VMware, with many more still to be added.”
Synaxon is eager to welcome partners onto the scheme who are no longer able to trade directly with Microsoft, after the vendor announced a number of changes to the programme that took effect at the start of this month.
“We are very keen to speak to current and new CSP partners and offer them all the support we can. We will welcome them all with open arms”, said Barron. “We have a very attractive proposition in Cloud-IQ – it gives resellers full access to CSP via EGIS, which makes it really easy for you get on board and start signing up customers for Office 365, Dynamics 365, and Azure. That’s important now because a every business that uses Microsoft is going to have to start thinking about upgrading very soon now.”
Synaxon has already run a successful webinar on Cloud-IQ and the response to its launch so far has been excellent, he added. Synaxon can also provide one-on-one sessions to show resellers just how easy it is to use Cloud-iQ and access CSP in EGIS.
The introduction of Cloud-iQ is also another step towards Synaxon UK offering a complete ‘central trading’ service via EGIS, Barron noted. The group has already successfully launch of F-Secure products through the portal and is in discussions with other vendors to make their ranges fully-available through the system as well.
Picture: Mike Barron, Synaxon