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Cloud4Wi Expands Into North America
By Kimberly Koerth
May 07, 2014 - News
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Cloud4Wi has opened new headquarters in San Francisco and expanded its global managed services provider program into North America. The program provides managed Wi-Fi services that are tailored to the unique requirements of individual venues, industries and users, the company said.

Cloud4Wi’s partner program enables MSPs serving small, midsize or large businesses to transform Wi-Fi into a revenue-generating asset that boosts their own profits and creates new revenue opportunities for the venues they serve. With Cloud4Wi, MSPs can grow their business by creating next-generation, custom-branded Wi-Fi offerings and building value-added services, the company said.

“We are thrilled to introduce our managed services program to North American partners," Cloud4Wi CEO Andrea Calcagno said. “MSPs can easily take part in this massive global Wi-Fi market opportunity and immediately enrich their existing Wi-Fi offerings. They can target any industry and support any client’s Wi-Fi strategy with social media, analytics, marketing, advertising, localization and branded offerings to create new and expanding revenue streams."

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