BCSG, the leading cloud services marketplace provider, today announces the integration of Dropbox Business into its ISV catalogue, joining over 100 other tools including Google Apps for Work, Microsoft Office 365, Norton, SageOne and WebEx. Dropbox Business is available to SMEs (small and medium sized enterprises) through BCSG’s network of telco and financial institution partners.
Dropbox Business gives teams the freedom to work anywhere and on any platform, syncing their important files across all their devices. Powerful admin tools give IT administrators greater control and security over their organisation’s information. Shared folders, links and collaboration tools help teams work smarter and more productively – no matter where they are located around the world.
SMEs are increasingly disparate organisations with staff based in various locations and sometimes time zones. Research from the British Chamber of Commerce found that 91% of SMEs have at least one person that works off site with one-in-five saying that more than half their staff work remotely. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found that more than one-in-five Americans currently work from home. Through BCSG’s platform Dropbox Business is easily integrated into SME workflows.
“The future of work is mobile, with a growing number of SMEs now working while on the go. Services, such as Dropbox, which provide business users with the flexibility to collaborate, share and sync files – even if they are out of the office, are essential to supporting the needs of today’s SME, ” says Tom Platt, Commercial Director at BCSG. “We are excited to have them in our ISV catalogue, enabling our bank or telco clients to help their small business customers work remotely.”
If you are a financial institution or telco and are interested in selling third-party cloud services to your business customers, please visit www.bcsg.com for more information.