Partners

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    Microsoft

    With more than 100 services to build, deploy, and manage applications—in the cloud, on-premises, and at the edge—using the tools and frameworks of your choice, Microsoft provides Cloud Services in one unified hub – Azure.

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    AWS

    A true leader by far in the Cloud Revolution. Provider of on-demand cloud computing platforms to individuals and firms using a pay-as-you-use model. Setup large scale computing capacity more quickly on AWS.

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    Kudigo

    A mobile based app integrating a retail engine, an accounting engine and payment processing all in one bundled with receipt printer, barcode scanner built upon a data and analytics platform.

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    Xerox

    Xerox is an undisputed world leader print and digital document products and services present in more than 160 countries. As such, the word xerox is used as a synonym for photocopy.

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    Humble Till

    Easy to install and setup Point of Sale Solution providing you with tools, services and hardware needed to manage your business, from anywhere. A perfect solution to effortlessly run single or multiple stores.

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    Sage

    Over three million customers are managing accounting, finances, payroll, payments, operations and people with Sage Business Cloud. Make sure funds are maximised and used effectively no matter where or when.

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    Veeam

    No company does Backup, Disaster Recovery and Intelligent Data Management  Software for Virtual, Physical and Multi-cloud setups like Veeam with effective Monitoring and Analytics!

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    FileCatalyst

    FileCatalyst provides accelerated and optimized file transfers across global networks. Being immune to packet loss and latency, FileCatalyst can send files much faster than all other methods, while adding security and reliability.

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    IBM

    IBM cloud boasts of advanced data and AI tools, and deep industry expertise to help you on your journey to the cloud. A full-stack cloud platform with over 170 products and services.

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    Google

    The infrastructure Google uses internally for its end-user products, such as YouTube has now been made available to end-users to allow a series of modular cloud services including computing, data storage and analytics.