With the fast adoption of cloud and hosted services, it’s essential to Eclipse that they provide straightforward and quality solutions to their Partners. That’s why Eclipse is proud to launch the next service from their Eclipse Cloud portfolio Eclipse Partner Hosted Exchange 2013.
The Eclipse Partner Hosted Exchange service is designed to meet the demand for easy and enjoyable collaboration tools combined with seamless communication and connection. The service provides all the collaborative and flexible benefits of the service, such as email, calendars and contacts, all accessible from the cloud.
Partners will benefit from having access to the Partner Productivity Console enabling products to be ordered, created and managed on an individual customer basis. This service also provides full access to the Partner Portal which includes campaign support, product collateral and training materials. Eclipse Partner Hosted Exchange 2013 offers award winning, UK based, dedicated support and a seamless migration experience to efficiently migrate customers with ease. With 100Gb mailboxes as standard and the addition of Partner Hosted Exchange Lite, starting with 1Gb mailboxes, users are able to configure their resources to suit their ever changing needs.
Henry West, Head of Sales at Eclipse comments; ‘Being able to go to market quickly with fully supported and seamless solutions is at the top of the list for our Partners and by easily enabling the provisioning and management of these services via our Partner Productivity Console, we can provide productivity tools to enable flexible solutions within the cloud. The migration process is fully managed by our team of cloud specialists and further enhances our dedication to providing the support and service that our Partners need.”
Eclipse is partnering with Cobweb, Europe’s largest Hosted Exchange provider, to deliver the new Partner Hosted Exchange Service.
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