The partnership will focus on RHUB’s on-premise TurboMeeting solutions and software, which cater for both SMEs and large corporations.
Larry Dorie, chief executive of RHUB, described the alliance as an “important strategic move towards penetrating the European market”.
“The European region represents an enormous untapped market for web conferencing products and services. According to analyst research, 35 per cent of that market is for on-premise solutions, which are RHUB’s specialty,” Dorie said.
Phil Suter, sales director at Basingstoke-based BuyIT, said: “We are excited
about the opportunity to introduce a full-featured web conferencing appliance
to the European market.
"BuyIT is actively seeking resellers from all sectors, to actively market
the RHUB range of web conferencing appliances. We evaluated many different solutions, and selected RHUB’s TurboMeeting because it offers many advantageous features such as remote support, remote seminars, and remote PC access.”
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