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Iprolink And Its Customers To Sell esolutions

Iprolink And Its Customers To Sell esolutions Packages

Internet solutions provider Iprolink has signed-up to sell e-business packages from esolutions, the e-commerce alliance between Telecom, EDS and Microsoft, to its customers and the ISP, networking and web development communities.

As an "aggregator" of esolutions packages, Iprolink will on-sell products not only to its direct customers, but potentially to its customers' customers such as the clients of ISPs and web development agencies who work with Iprolink.

Iprolink's CEO, Paul Speary expects demand for a wide range of esolutions packages, from managed network services to hosting applications and more. "esolutions is a visionary alliance, with the commitment and strength behind it to make it happen. We can use Iprolink's distribution channels to get the capability of esolutions packages and infrastructure out there to share with New Zealand businesses."

Joanne Hodgson, esolutions' Channel Manager says this is an example of esolutions' non-exclusive approach to providing the best solution. "Working with as many companies as possible is key to the success of esolutions and e-business in New Zealand overall. This arrangement makes online capabilities accessible to a wide range of businesses, who can still rely on their existing and trusted supplier."

esolutions products are also available from Telecom New Zealand, gen-i, Infinity Solutions and the nearest reseller nationwide through distributor Tech Pacific. More information can be found online at or by calling 0800 ESOLUTIONS (0800 376 588).

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BACKGROUND esolutions is a unique e-commerce alliance supported by the combined strengths of Telecom NZ, EDS and Microsoft. Its packages are designed to meet the needs of business of all sizes and complexities at any stage of their online development.

It has over nine products in the market and several more in development. These include: New ways to become secure and accessible - Managed Network Services including Safecom New ways to communicate - eFax, Web Hosting and WebLaunchPad New ways to do what you do everyday - eOffice, Office Online, NettPay New ways to interact with other businesses - BusinessXchange including eProcurement New ways to own your own marketplace - also in development

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