Complementing Apex’s offerings, Star will provide the VAR with a fully managed infrastructure that the ISP claims is secure, robust and scalable.
Stuart Bulley, services director at Apex Computers, said: “With Star as our partner we will concentrate on delivering a rich end user experience for our customers, safe in the knowledge that we don’t have to worry about managing the whole infrastructure.
“We have the ideal fit of partner who has the ideal delivery platform for our customers to access the business grade technology services they need, and we share the same vision of keeping customer satisfaction at the highest levels possible.”
Danny Masters, head of partner strategy at Star, said: “We are excited to welcome Apex as a Star channel partner because of their focus on putting customer service at the heart of everything they do.
“This means Apex customers can improve their business performance and reduce the financial and operational risks of on-premise IT systems.”
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