New partnership between Nikec Solutions and Ethan Group
Nikec Solutions’ global expansion strategy shows no sign of relenting as the company announces a new partnership with Ethan Group. The alliance will bring a new and extensive distribution channel for the company’s products across Australia, by a key partner that offers a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the marketplace.
As a major player in the information technology and communications market and with a consolidated annual revenue of approximately $160 million(£92million), Ethan Group offers systems integration, technology sourcing, business systems architecture, telecommunications and consulting services to over 2000 medium and large businesses and government organisations.
“Our core focus is to provide our clients with cutting edge technologies to enhance their businesses. It is therefore essential that we work with industry-leading business partners that can provide this. Both Nikec DocStore and Nikec Binder fit the bill perfectly. Initial reactions to the products have been excellent and we already have a customer on board and many on-going trials which is extremely encouraging,” said John Duckett, Senior Consultant, Ethan Group.
Nikec DocStore allows users to access files remotely and share them securely with external clients or prospects. Nikec Binder is an electronic ring binder used to store and distribute multiple documents within a single, password secured file. Altogether, these solutions make it easy to create, organise, move and share entire sets of related documents or complete matters to support the company’s mobile workforce.
“Increasing the exposure and availability of our products through strong distribution partners, while maintaining channel integrity is at the heart of our growth strategy," said Damian Jeal, VP Global Sales for Nikec Solutions. “For this reason we see this partnership with Ethan Group as an essential development and are looking forward to working together to deliver the best in class solutions to a new and promising market,” continued Jeal.