iCore in successful partnership with Maginus (UK)!

Maginus kick-started this partnership by putting six people through iCore training early this year. Their ambition was to quickly build competence around iCore Integration Suite, so that they could include the platform within their range of products and services. Since then the activity has been really high and the number of sales opportunities shown is far beyond expectation.

- Our cooperation with Maginus is very important to us - it is one of our strategic steps towards putting ourselves on the UK market. Maginus has proven to be one of the most professional and successful partners we have ever worked with. The partnership is still in its first year and they have already signed two new clients on the iCore platform, and more is on the way. Says Johan Gunnarsson, responsible for the UK market at iCore Solutions AB

- We learned to know Maginus through our joint partner EPiSERVER. During our initial meetings we could quickly see that we had a common view to application integration. Says Thomas Madsen, CMO at iCore Solutions .

EPiSERVER have proven to be a strong and interesting partnership to iCore. iCore will participate in market activities in both UK and Sweden during the autumn. More news regarding this will come.

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