QED SaaS portfolio adds to partners product offering, increasing revenue and profits.
NASHUA, N.H., April 1 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — QED Connect, Inc., (OTC: QEDN / QEDN.pk), an innovative software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider for the information security market, today announced their new program which is designed to increase Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) for its channel partners. ARPU is a key measuring tool frequently used by MSP’s, ISP’s and Telco’s to assess the average revenue that each subscriber generates. QED’s subscription-based model will help position the company as a leading security application provider in the SaaS (Software as a Service) market: which is expected to grow to more than $19 billion by 2011.
Tom Makmann, President, explained that the company will make it possible to seamlessly integrate added revenue and profits within a partner’s existing network infrastructure. QED will provide a series of solutions to the MSP’s, ISPs and Telco’s that will allow them to increase their ARPU by expanding services they offer their subscribers.
In some cases, the QED product portfolio is estimated to offer a 10-20 percent increase in revenue and profits. Additionally, in offering these value added services to their subscribers; channel partners will increase the depth of the relationship with their subscribers creating increased customer loyalty.
About QED Connect, Inc.
QED Connect, Inc. is an information security Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider that gives organizations visibility, management and control of activity on all their computers, laptops and wireless devices. The company’s SaaS, Omni Manager, is an affordable way to monitor and manage how employees are using company computers and the Internet at any time, any location. This solves the problems created by today’s ‘virtual’ work environment of branch offices, remote workers and traveling employees.
Omni Manager is a web-hosted software application that includes Internet filtering and blocking, antivirus, instant messaging management, asset tracking, application usage monitoring and policy management. ROI is delivered by employee productivity gains, cost savings and improved operational efficiencies.
More information: www.qedconnect.com.
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Original Story ID: (4856) :: 2009-04-0401-003
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