Australian reseller Chamonix IT Consulting has joined the NetSuite Solution Provider Program to meet the growing demand for cloud solutions across Asia Pacific.
Chamonix is one of four new partners across the region adding NetSuite's cloud business management solutions to their product offerings to enable businesses to run their core processes in the cloud, including ERP, CRM, ecommerce and professional services automation.
NetSuite managing director APJ, Mark Troselj said the channel was an important part of the company's strategy in Asia Pacific.
"The scale and resources required to meet the growing demand for cloud services throughout the region is best met by key selected partners that can offer local specialist support, advice and implementation services," he said.
"These new partners optimise our leading solutions for our growing customer base, backed by competitive revenue share, investment and resourcing models from NetSuite."
According to a company statement, the NetSuite Solution Provider Program brings industry leading margins and incentives to hundreds of channel partners.
"Designed to help solution providers transform their business model to fully capitalise on the revenue growth opportunity of the NetSuite Cloud, the NetSuite Solution Provider Program delivers unprecedented services that begin during recruitment and range from business planning, sales, marketing and PS enablement, to training and education," the statement said.
Chamonix IT consulting director, Dave Pettet, said Australian business managers understood their organisations needed to streamline processes and improve their efficiencies to remain competitive.
"We see the use of Cloud computing as a major part of this enablement," he said.
"Our partnership with NetSuite is crucial in helping us provide our customers with a powerful business management tool that supports this flexibility and efficiency and will enable them to adapt at a much faster rate than ever before.
"This is something many businesses have been struggling with using traditional on-premise software, not to mention the huge cost of using and maintaining such systems."
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