Melbourne Microsoft partner Dilignet has changed its name to Xello, which it says better reflects its transformation from an enterprise IT services company to a provider of "high quality business solutions."
Managing director Peter Lillywhite said it was important to create a brand for the company that better represents its evolving offerings, which now encompasses cloud, data and IoT.
“Our realignment is in response to increasing demand from our customers to support them through cloud optimisation in addition to innovative big data and IoT solutions, enabling the agile and flexible digital transformation businesses desire," he said.
“To provide the best business-led outcomes, it’s all about understanding the people behind the business first. We partner with our customers to understand their business goals more closely, and then provide the right solutions.
“As Xello, our customers can expect an evolution of what we have already achieved: thriving partnerships, successful outcomes and an enduring mission to push the envelope and keep you ahead of the game.”
The company, which was founded in 2008, has picked up a handful of trophies from the Microsoft Australia Partner Awards in its lifetime, including Devices and Deployment Partner of the Year in 2013 and 2014,
Xello has also obtained Microsoft Gold accreditation for data platform competency, and is a Microsoft Gold certified partner for cloud platform, enterprise management & mobility, cloud productivity and Windows & devices. The company is also working on accreditation for data analytics, which it expects to be completed in the coming months.