Bluechip Infotech adds Aussie SaaS sales platform Glüh

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Bluechip Infotech adds Aussie SaaS sales platform Glüh
Glüh founders Andrew Rauber and Lorenzo Coppa

Bluechip Infotech has added sales platform provider Glüh to its SaaS portfolio, targeting managed service providers and resellers.

Glüh, co-founded by CSW-IT's Lorenzo Coppa and Andrew Rauber last year, allows customers to sell a full IT product range to SMBs and enterprise businesses while simplifying quoting, sales and procurement.

“Bluechip Infotech is a well-respected wholesaler to many MSPs and therefore well suited to sell Glüh SaaS. Glüh will undoubtedly increase trade between Bluechip and MSPs,” Coppa said.

“Many MSPs and VARs businesses have been transformed since Glüh’s launch last year, some increasing total revenue by 60 percent in 12 months.”

Glüh also integrates with ConnectWise, Autotask and Xero and has APIs for other similar systems. Coppa said Glüh takes “less than an hour” to set up and integrate existing systems, with inventory being “always up-to date” according to the IT service provider’s own supply rules.

“Glüh SaaS is one of the best in the market, and we’re delighted to bring their solutions to businesses in Australia,” Bluechip managing director Johnson Hsiung said.

“Glüh has been a game changer for the existing MSPs that are using it and we’re glad to be bringing this game changer to our customer base.”

He added that Bluechip’s MSP partners are “continually seeking out” solutions to help complete day-to-day tasks quicker and grow their operations to be more profitable and efficient.

“Glüh has both the track record and the data to show its platform can meet those needs, and we’re looking forward to expanding its market presence in the region,” Hsiung added.

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