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A sign of further consolidation in the Australian ICT channel as Brisbane’s Azentro buys Adelaide’s Calibre One. The enlarged group, with combined sales of $A35m last financial year, will boast 110 staff in Queensland, South Australia and NorthernTerritory.

Azentro CEO Paul Bouris said the channel partners “realised they had to get big or get out” because organic growth alone was unsustainable, with lower margins and higher overheads driving consolidation across the sector.

Calibre One CEO Darren Gore, who will lead the combined group alongside Paul Bouris, said the merged entity is poised to grow as one of the largest Telstra partners outside of Sydney and Melbourne.

“What’s exciting is we now have the location, customers, people on the ground, infrastructure and relationships with vendors and customers to grow significant unified communications and IT managed services offerings in Queensland,” Darren Gore said.

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Calibre One Partners Moove And Groove


Moove and GrooveCalibre One partners with Warrina Homes, a long term Calibre One customer, as the corporate sponsor in the rollout of Moove and Groove in order to improve the wellbeing of seniors via easy to use technology

Moove & Groove are a social enterprise business dedicated to improving the wellbeing of seniors around the world, through delivering immersive and joyful experiences. Every day. Moove and Groove believe passionately in reinventing aging and assisting older adults to live full, engaging and joyful lives. Their mission…

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Calibre One appoints Darren Gore as new CEO

Telstra and Microsoft partner, Calibre One has appointed Darren Gore as its new CEO, replacing Steve Wemyss after more than 20 years at the helm.

Wemyss will step down at the end of June, becoming the chairman of the Calibre One board, a company he has led since its inception in 1998 from his humble garage – then known as GSoft…

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Telstra partner Calibre One names first new CEO in 20 years

Australian Telstra partner and three-time CRN Fast50 finalist Calibre One has named Darren Gore as its first new chief executive in its 20 years of operations.

From July, Gore will assume the role that has been held by Steve Wemyss since the company was formed as GSoft in 1998 in Wemyss humble garage in Adelaide…

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Calibre One takes remote NT engineering firm YBE to the cloud

Calibre One has migrated engineering, mining and environmental management service provider Yolngu Business Enterprise (YBE) to an opex cloud model.

The Nhulunbuy, Northern Territory-based company had its legacy IT systems replaced with a cloud-based solution to improve resiliency and connectivity with YBE’s second office in Darwin…

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The channel opportunity in home-office tech

As collaboration and mobility tools create new ways for businesses to work, they’re also creating new opportunities for channel players which are prepared to look beyond merely selling tools and instead focus on delivering business value.

The rise of collaboration suites and other cloud-based productivity tools has empowered workers to remain productive when away from the office…

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Calibre One, Telstra transforms network for NT regional communities

Calibre One has commenced work on a total network overhaul for the Roper Gulf Regional Council in the Northern Territory in partnership with Telstra.

Based in Katherine in the Territory’s north, the council’s 343 staff work in 50 locations across 186,000 square kilometres…

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Your most lucrative vendor was just bought: now what?

You’ve met with the partner managers, liked what you saw, sunk a few celebratory beers over lunch and now you’ve made a deal with a new vendor.

And then just as you get ready to sell … the vendor is acquired. What happens now?!…

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