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NZ Cloud Firm Expand to Content Subscription

NZ Cloud Firm Expand to Content Subscription

The same Kiwi cloud firm that made international news for integrating Microsoft’s Office 365 with Xero’s Practice Manager are hitting headlines again for adding cloud content subscription to their line of small business cloud file apps.

Wellington startup, The Full Suite, build and sell applications on Microsoft technology that enable small businesses to migrate their files to the cloud and manage them when they get there. Their SuiteFiles document management system for small business had the technology sector humming late last year when it enabled Xero and Office 365 to integrate for the first time. Now they’ve mastered rapid file migration and intuitive file management, the thriving startup have turned their hands to cloud content with the recent launch of SuiteGenerator.

SuiteGenerator is a cloud-based content application delivering best practice content from industry experts to small businesses on a subscription basis. Suite General Manager, Andrew Sims, explains, “We’re focussed on improving every aspect of cloud file management for SMBs, the obvious next move was to start providing the cloud files themselves. SMBs can spend hours trying to create the documents and templates that run their businesses because the cost of expert consultancy is often impractical. With SuiteGenerator, small businesses are enabled with the templates, contracts, guides and forms they need in a few simple clicks. And because it’s cloud-based, content is utomatically updated, ensuring that the core files they’re operating their businesses on are always leading edge. ”

The platform has launched with core compliance accounting documents from exclusive provider, Get the GIST, but Sims suggests more content is imminent, “Given our strong relationship with Xero as a channel partner, it made sense to start with accounting content. We launched SuiteGenerator at XeroCon and Get the GIST’s great templates and guides have already attracted our first customers. But the roadmap for oncoming providers is a comprehensive one. We currently working on provider agreements to deliver expert legal, marketing and HR content over the coming months as well.”

While SuiteGenerator is integrated with SuiteFiles for existing customers, in a strategic move for the company, they have also enabled access to the platform for those without Office 365 via the SuiteGenerator.com Stand-Alone web portal login. “There is not a single small business in the world that doesn’t rely on documentation to run their operation, regardless of their technology stack. By

removing any technology compatibility barriers, we can open up SuiteGenerator’s invaluable content, and the Suite brand, to a new market. It’s a great way for people to get a taste of what Suite does for cloud file management.”

The release of SuiteGenerator is the next phase in a rapid growth trajectory the company have experienced since launching in 2012. Since being awarded the Microsoft Startup Partner of the Year accolade last year, the company have expanded offshore into Australia and the UK and now have a customer base that is almost 30 per cent international.

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