Citrix White Label Cloud Provider, GreenQube, Selected for Microsoft Case Study

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Microsoft selected GreenQube to do a case study on GreenQube’s cloud services with particular focus to its white label program.

We’re passionate about helping customers use best-of-breed virtualization technologies to increase efficiency, save money, and provide a better work-life balance experience for employees.

GreenQube has utilized its strategic alliance with Microsoft and Citrix to add 20 new white label partners. These partners sell GreenQube services as their own. Some elect to fully brand the solution under their own company and product names. Others sell the GreenQube product as is.

This strategic alliance between Microsoft, Citrix and GreenQube has allowed GreenQube’s partners to accelerate their time to market by at least 6 months. Partners have a product/service that they know works from Cloud Hosted Desktops and Applications to Microsoft Exchange services. Along with other cloud services, all of them can be rebranded and labeled as the partner’s products and services.

You can find out more about GreenQube’s White Label Offering here:

http://www.greenqube.com/site/index.php/partners

You can read the Case Study on GreenQube here:

http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/Case_Study_Detail.aspx?CaseStudyID=710000001237

About Green Qube

Green Qube, Inc. is a XaaS service provider specializing in White Label Service offerings. We provide a complete hosting platform to our partners who want to generate revenue and not have to worry about the backend infrastructure. Help us make cubicles green!

Since 2005, GreenQube has specialized in providing cloud-based solutions, including application hosting and desktop virtualization, for customers in a range of industries. “We’re passionate about helping customers use best-of-breed virtualization technologies to increase efficiency, save money, and provide a better work-life balance experience for employees,” says Hunter McFadden, Chief Executive Officer at GreenQube. “Continuous improvements in virtualization technology, the rise of the bring-your-own-device-to-work model, and more companies looking to maximize their IT investments has led to increased interest in replacing physical PCs with hosted desktops.”

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