Datacentre and infrastructure services company, Green Global Solutions, has joined CenturyLink's Channel Alliance Program, which gives members the opportunity to leverage CenturyLink's solutions, services, training, support and tools.
Green Global Solutions founder and chief executive, Bob Sharon, said the company's inclusion in the program allows Green Global to consult CenturyLink for enhanced capabilities to provide IT solutions to its clients.
In return, CenturyLink will receive consultancy from Green Global Solutions regarding guiding its Digital/IT Transformation clients in moving from private to public and hybrid Cloud.
"We are pleased to enter into a 'Business Partner Base Agreement' to refer clients to CenturyLink when appropriate," said Sharon.
CenturyLink head of channel and alliances, Asia Pacific, Nicky Choo, said, "With strong expertise in Datacentre consulting and advisory services, Green Global Solutions makes a strong addition to our partner ecosystem in the region."
Green Global Solutions, regional sales director, Asia Pacific, Martin Ciupa described the partnership as a commercial relationship of introductions.
"We expect to expand our business organically as well as widen international reach with formation of new offices," he said.
Green Global Solutions is headquartered in Australia and recently opened APAC regional headquarters in Singapore. The sustainability focused Datacentre company's key service offering of Digital/Cloud/IT Transformation support, guides clients looking to move from their current on-premises private Datacentres to a hybrid mix of private and public Datacentres.
Source: ARN Australia
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