Web content management vendor Immediacy has increased its channel presence with four new UK integration and consultancy partners.
The firm claimed its new partners Parallel 56, Phage et al, J4B and Polemark – will further extend and develop local support for the Immediacy Content Management System (CMS) to enable more organisations to benefit from accessible web content.
Nigel Jackson, chief executive of Immediacy said: “The market for CMS is really booming at the moment as more and more websites, intranets and extranets are being set up. This offers good opportunities for web consultancies and systems integrators looking to help customers gain control over spiraling amounts of web content.”
“We’re pleased to welcome four new partners on board. Our partner programme is paramount to increasing our understanding of market demands and helping ensure we provide consistent delivery, training and quality service.”
Zach Watt, director of Parallel 56 said: “In our experience, creating and maintaining up-to-date, easy-to-navigate and accessible web content can be a daunting prospect for many organisations. Yet it is becoming an issue that they can no longer choose to ignore. By partnering with Immediacy we will be able to provide our customers with the tools they need to make content management simple and easily manageable, and it is suitable for technical and non-technical users alike.”
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