Daisy Group has announced the merger of its Channel-serving divisions under a new brand, Digital Wholesale Solutions.
The three businesses formerly known as Daisy Wholesale, Daisy Distribution, its network branded mobile division and Daisy Worldwide the international voice services arm have combined their portfolios, platforms and teams into the new business, making life simpler for Channel partners.
Whilst still retaining the benefits that come with being part of the wider Daisy Group, in a clear departure from the previous ‘one size fits all’ approach, the new Digital Wholesale Solutions business has been given autonomy to operate independently from the Group’s other businesses in order to focus solely on improving its offering to partners.
Daisy Wholesale CEO Terry O’Brien and Chief Digital Officer Nathan Marke will lead the development of the new Digital Wholesale Solutions business.
O’Brien commented: “The Channel is such an amazing place to be right now and our partners have seen tremendous growth over the past 5 years as UK businesses invest in communications, IT and cloud technology and Channel partners increasingly become the best people to help them.
“For the past 6 months, we have been working to bring our Channel businesses together into a single team while ensuring we continue to improve what we do for our partners.
“With our combined skills and capability, I have a clear vision for our new business to become a Super-Aggregator for the Channel. I want us to make life as simple as possible for our partners by offering the best and broadest product portfolio, at the best price and with the best support from one place, so that they can serve their customers brilliantly.”
Marke added: “If you are a start-up or an established telecoms or IT services business, come and talk to us. With our scale, high quality portfolio of connectivity, mobility, voice, cloud and product offerings, all built exclusively for the Channel, our advanced platform and our amazing team, we can help you build a more profitable future.”