pTools forges eight reseller alliances in Ireland, Canada and Kenya

15 Nov 2012

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pTools CEO Keith Wood

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Irish web CMS company pTools has taken a step further in its internationalisation strategy with eight new partnership deals with companies in Canada, Ireland and Kenya.

The new pTools partners are T-Base, Devlin and Airwhistle in Canada; plus ebow, Furious Tribe, Fusio and Radical in Ireland; as well as Coretec Systems in Kenya, will work with pTools to deliver solutions on its Web Content Management SaaS platform.

This group of partners works across disciplines and market sectors in web development, digital media, mobile applications and accessibility design.

pTools Web Content Management SaaS, formally launched last month at the Dublin Web Summit, brings recurring revenue to partners and combines all of the enterprise-level features of pTools into a single easy-to-use, dedicated software service.

“The ease of use and enterprise feature set of pTools SaaS is proving highly attractive to partners,” pTools CEO Keith Wood said.

“With a dedicated and focused group of partners we can build value for customers and grow business together. These partners represent the best in their areas of expertise and bring additional skills and services to customers choosing pTools,” added Wood.

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