Gomez Expands Distribution in Asia, Signs Reseller Partnership with Inetasia
LEXINGTON, Mass., January 6th 2009
Gomez, Inc., a leading provider of web application experience management services, today announced a reseller agreement with the Asian Internet consultancy and digital marketing firm Inetasia Solutions Ltd.
The agreement expands Gomez's footprint in Asia, with Inetasia distributing the Gomez ExperienceFirst suite of solutions - which help businesses test and measure web application performance from the end-user perspective - in Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and Hong Kong. Inetasia's customer base includes regional and multinational corporations in the retail, financial services and hospitality sectors.
"The Asian market has exhibited strong Internet growth and usage so extending Gomez's representation in the region is critical to our international distribution strategy,” said Tom Meusel, vice president, worldwide channel sales for Gomez. “Gomez helps businesses ensure their web applications perform well for every customer, no matter their location or how they connect to the Internet, so the value we bring maps well with Inetasia's focus."
"Inetasia's services help businesses succeed online," said Gregory Smyth, founder and CEO of Inetasia. "Adding Gomez's web application management services extends this value even further, helping our customers ensure quality web experiences for their online customers and business partners."
Inetasia provides a range of enterprise-level marketing solutions to help its clients consolidate, integrate and quantify online initiatives. Inetasia places a strong emphasis on the integration of solutions and detailed reporting for maximum return on investment. From the initial Design, Campaign Optimization and Management, through Search Engine Optimization, Internet Marketing, Ad Serving to Web Analytics and Multivariate Testing; Inetasia provides the tools and expertise to help its clients succeed online.
Inetasia's flagship clients include major local and multinational corporations such as HSBC, Visa, Deutsche Bank, Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Bangkok Hospital, Accor Asia Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts, Hong Kong Tourism Board, SmarTone-Vodafone, SingTel, Orient Overseas Container Line, and Maxis Communications.
For more information, please contact Gregory Smyth, CEO