Vendasta Brings G Suite to Marketplace

Vendasta is helping more businesses seamlessly ‘go Google’ with its integration of G Suite. The partnership means Vendasta customers (partners) can now access G Suite in the Vendasta Marketplace, and easily re-sell the solutions to their clients.

Ed OKeefe
Ed OKeefe

“More than five million businesses are using G Suite to collaborate smartly and securely in the cloud,” said Ed O’Keefe, Executive VP of Vendasta’s Marketplace. “Our partners are now able to drive their local business clients toward one of the best productivity tools on the market.”

The Total Economic Impact of G Suite report shows a 304 percent return on investment over three years among businesses who moved from legacy on-premise infrastructure to Google’s web-based solutions. Further, 70 percent of companies on Forbes’ Cloud 100 list are active G Suite customers.

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G Suite is everything a business needs to do its best work, together in one package that works seamlessly from a computer, phone or tablet. Among its features are:

  • Easy account setup and custom @yourcompany business emails with Gmail;
  • Team scheduling with Google Calendar;
  • Virtual meetings and messaging with Google Hangouts & Google Chat;
  • And cloud-based storage on Google Drive.
Brendan King
Brendan King

“Our vision is to be the single source of truth for local businesses, and this partnership with G Suite marks a fundamental leap toward our goal,” said Vendasta CEO, Brendan King. “Businesses need one login, one password, and one set of controls to be able to access their information, connect with their contacts, carry out work, or check work that’s being done on their behalf. Our platform helps our resellers turn their customers into ‘A’ players over all aspects of their businesses, whether it be marketing, accounting, HR, Legal, insurance, or productivity. G Suite is an ‘A’ player tool.”

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