Nasstar, which has been reenergised since its reverse takeover by managed services specialist e-know.net late last year, is on the hunt for innovative resellers with customers in niche vertical markets looking to take the plunge into hosted desktop applications.
Nasstar says its Hosted Desktop provides a single access point for a wealth of software including the Microsoft Office suite, Microsoft Exchange and several hundred line-of-business applications – in essence, a turnkey solution for fully managed desktop environments. It can also add a consultancy, training and application development wrap around the core hosting provision.
Nasstar is looking to team up with resellers who can add significant value to the Cloud-based services it provides as CEO Nigel Redwood explained: “The Nasstar platform provides resellers with the opportunity to offer a bespoke service in addition to standard productivity tools such as Office, Exchange and Lync for example. The platform enables the resellers to manage all applications for the client, allowing them to engineer very tailored solutions and so extend their value and the quality of their engagement. .
“Our platform operates on a recurring revenue per user, per month contract which enables the reseller to build a strong foundation and establish long-term relationships with clients.
Redwood said Nasstar is committed to helping reseller partners identify target markets or vertical sectors and jointly strategise the go to market offering:
“We see huge potential amongst verticals, with professional services leading the way, and we’re ready to leverage our expertise to help resellers take maximum advantage of the market opportunity. With the platform pretty well suited to 99% of all business types – given the insatiable demand for access anywhere, anytime – we’re confident that that opportunity is a rich and sustainable one for dynamic resellers keen to work with us.”.
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