Build a Hybrid Business, not just a Hybrid Cloud with NewLease

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If you want your business to grow, don’t just build a Hybrid Cloud…build a Hybrid Business as well.

That’s according to NewLease, who want to show  service providers and those operating in the Cloud space how to remain profitable and competitive, while retaining existing customers and attracting new ones.

Join them for a one day seminar program, that will provide information, solutions and products needed to help companies innovate and evolve its business.

While the focus on the Hybrid Cloud is interesting, NewLease believes the way to stay ahead of the market and continue to grow your business is to look beyond what the current market trends are.

With a vast experience in this field, NewLease were the first to distribute the Microsoft SPLA program in Australia, operating a single focus on the opportunities in the Cloud for the last eight years, making the company well ahead of the general market.

Looking again to the future and to help their partners build businesses that are “future proof” and ahead of the market, NewLease believes the focus for companies should be Building a Hybrid Business Model.

A hybrid business built from a mix of licensing programs from a range of vendors that enables you to offer a range of services and solutions to a broad range of partners.

The day will provide a range of presentations from NewLease and their current vendors Microsoft, VMware, Veeam, Citrix and Trend Micro, as well as introducing  their new vendor; Neverfail.

Seminars have been scheduled for both Auckland and Wellington, on April 3 and 4 respectively, both days kick-off at 8:30am and finish at 4:00pm.

So don’t stop what you are doing now – just innovate and evolve it.

Click here to register for a seat at the roadshow in your closest city.


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