Onix announces it’s expanding its partnership with BetterCloud, the leading SaaS Operations Management platform. The company now can deliver services and implementations for new and existing BetterCloud customers.
This includes preparing new customers for the deployment process and helping existing customers maximize their BetterCloud investment now and into the future. Onix helps hem do this through training workshops and support focused on cloud security. Onix will also offer custom development work that leverages BetterCloud’s Platform API. For details on the BetterCloud SasS applications solution and Onix's role, see this overview.
“Onix has been an exceptional partner from day one," said David Politis, CEO of BetterCloud. "Its deep expertise with G Suite has been instrumental in putting BetterCloud in the hands of IT and security teams across some of the most prominent tech companies today. We’re excited to enter this next phase of our partnership as more and more companies look to our partner ecosystem for help securing their data across their growing stack of SaaS applications."
BetterCloud is the industry's first SaaS Operations Management Platform designed to help IT adopt and control the growing number of workplace applications. It enables IT administrators to manage application policies at a granular level, track application usage and automate IT administrative tasks across today’s most popular SaaS applications. Such applications include G Suite, Box, Slack and Salesforce. The platform helps organizations identify vital security blindspots, automate user onboarding and offboarding and accelerate IT operations.
“Expanding our alliance with BetterCloud diversifies our SaaS and cloud solution offerings and gives our valued customers a more robust and secure computing experience that’s tailored to their organization’s needs,” said Onix President and CEO Tim Needles. “It’s the perfect partnership to complement the cloud infrastructure and digital workplace tools our clients seek to work faster, smarter, safer and better.”