Cobweb Catches a ‘First’ with Odin Cloud Platform

Ross MacKenzie
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Cobweb the first CSP to fully integrate and transact a customer through the Odin cloud panel

Cobweb Solutions, one of the largest independent cloud hosting providers in Europe, today announced a world first as the UK-based cloud solutions provider (CSP) was the first CSP to fully integrate and transact a customer through the Odin cloud panel.

Julian Dyer, Chief Technology Officer & Co-founder at Cobweb explained, “We will offer our customers the power and flexibility of the Cobweb ‘wrap’ of support and services along with the agility of automated billing from Odin. This will enable our customers to enjoy quick and easy automation and integration into Office 365 – the first available service of this kind.”

Cobweb will also soon be able to provide a new seamless, integrated solution through soon-to-be-announced Microsoft Azure services, in a unified package with the benefits of a Direct Debit payment system. This will provide a convenient solution for small businesses who are not able to directly secure the support or billing options they need from global vendors.

Cobweb’s integration of best-of-breed services, from vendors such as Microsoft and Symantec, allows businesses to integrate their cloud solutions, automating provisioning and billing to provide clarity and simplicity.

Cobweb also encourages referral partners to take advantage of Office 365 and Cobweb’s Direct

Debit capabilities, to enable them to create their own packages for the small-to-medium sized business sector.

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