IceWarp India Ropes in i2k2 Networks as Premier Partner for North India region

IceWarp India recently announced the appointment of i2k2 Networks as a Premier Partner for North India region under its Partner Program in India. As part of this program, i2k2 Networks will help its customers (both – SMBs & Enterprise) to adopt IceWarp Messaging and Collaboration solution across the region.

iceWarp and i2k2

Worldwide IceWarp works with partners to promote its Unified Communications solutions to customers. In India, it has recently announced its partner program. IceWarp has an impressive client list in India including GNFC, Thyrocare, NKGSB Bank, Greater Bombay Bank, Spykar Lifestyles, Pest Control of India, Amar Ujala and many more.

Premier Partners are partners who promote IceWarp sales in India for both On premises as well On cloud solution. Customer’s working with i2k2, can customize their messaging and collaboration requirements by leveraging its deep experience in seamless migration, implementation and support.

Rahul Aggarwal, Co-founder at i2k2 Networks states “The partnership with IceWarp will go down as a key landmark in our stride, and will further enrich our already expansive portfolio of enterprise solutions. We are excited about the development, and looking forward to a mutually benefitting relationship while remaining true to our service delivery standards. There is some immense potential in the unified communications segment, which we are looking to tap in association with IceWarp.”

Pramod Sharda, CEO at IceWarp India says “We are pleased to welcome i2k2 Networks to our list of Premier partners in the Partner Program in India. Accelerating Unified Communication adoption amongst businesses, i2k2’s capabilities will offer customers greater technical edge with enterprise-grade technology from IceWarp. i2k2’s rich experience in handling enterprise level mailing requirements will further help build the confidence within customers to choose a preferred Messaging and Collaboration partner for all their Unified Communications requirements.”

Also published on – ChannelTimes