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By | Christopher Williams 9th October 2006 14:20

BusinessSolve hotdesks into the channel

Roll up resellers

In a bid to get its Hotdesk Manager software onto more business desktops, BusinessSolve is after resellers to help build a global channel.

Partners in Europe, America and Australasia are all sought by the British firm. Its programs are aimed at making remote working and hotdesking easier with management tools. Its clients include oil giant BP and channel chappies Computacenter.

Development director Nigel Reading said: "BusinessSolve is committed to building long term relationships with its authorised resellers and assisting them in closing deals in all market sectors. This includes the development of vertical markets matched to resellers' areas of client expertise."

Interested floggers are invited to give Reading a bell. ®

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