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EPiServer sells 5000th licence in NZ

28 Oct 09

EPiServer announced its plans to ramp up its presence in New Zealand by announcing that through its global partner network, which includes NZ-based Intergen, the company sold its 5000th licence to Sport and Recreation New Zealand.

EPiServer already has a presence in New Zealand, but ANZ Country Manager Andreas Stjernstrom said that the company wants to gain more partners in New Zealand in order to achieve its long-term goal of becoming the most chosen CMS in the region.

“Through partners like Intergen, we have already achieved impressive uptake in New Zealand, but we still have some aggressive growth plans in place,” he said.

He added: “To help us achieve them, we have adopted a 100% partner driven sales model, and one of our most immediate priorities will be to expand our valuable partner ecosystem by a significant number.”

Intergen is already an EPiServe partner and Stjernstrom said that the company is in talks with another New Zealand system integrator and a number of web agencies.

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