Welcome to Vuzion CORE

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Vuzion CTO, Julian Dyer, writes...

Following our announcement last month of the launch of Vuzion’s new control panel, we’re delighted to report Vuzion CORE’s first transacting partner.

Andy Petty, Head of Development and Projects at Dorset-based technology consultancy service Silversands, says, “The look and feel of the new control panel is a great improvement.

“It’s quick, easy to navigate, and definitely saves us time in the transacting process.

“It’s a pleasure to be working with Vuzion CORE."
 
Vuzion CORE: Control Panel

The aim of the redesign of the control panel was to give partners an efficient reseller buying experience, and so Silversands’ feedback is very welcome.

At the moment, partners are able to use Vuzion CORE for transacting new customers consuming Office 365, Dynamics 365, Azure, and Acronis – but, we will be adding in further products and services in the forthcoming months, and introducing new reseller Marketplace features, which is particularly exciting. 

Vuzion CORE: Market Place

If you haven’t yet had a chance to visit our Vuzion CORE webpage, please do take a few minutes to have a look at the new dashboard and redesigned panes. We also have a FAQs section, which will hopefully answer any questions you may have – although, the Vuzion team will also be more than happy to help with any queries.

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