Ucraft is proud to announce that its White Label Solution is officially available on Google Cloud Platform Marketplace (GCP Marketplace). The company has been working with Google Cloud for several years, hosting over 92,000 active websites on the platform. The new partnership with Google Cloud now allows Ucraft’s B2B solution to be used on GCP Marketplace for individuals and companies to start their website builder businesses.
GCP Marketplace lets users quickly deploy functional software packages that run on Google Cloud Platform. GCP Marketplace allows customers to easily start up a familiar software package with services like Compute Engine or Cloud Storage, with no manual configuration required.
With this offering, the set-up process has not only been greatly simplified, but has increased the benefits for both the company and the White Label partners. All partners need to do now is fill in their company information through a simple form and have their White Label Platform generated instantly. In addition, once users partner up with Ucraft, Google Cloud will provide them with a $300 credit that can be used to cover upcoming subscription expenses. Learn more about this and other news in 2019 Recap.
"We simply provide the software, while you, the partner, comes up with the final product under your own brand," said Gev Balyan, Ucraft's Founder and CEO. “With its flexible pricing model, an ideal solution can be offered to both small and large businesses.”
All the subscriptions include web hosting on Google Cloud Platform, templates designed by Ucraft, over 20 integrations with leading platforms, an advanced eCommerce solution, technical support, and more. Find more information here
Furthermore, the 3 packages that are currently available are Freelancer, which allows up to 5 sites for $99/month, Agency, 100 sites for $399/month, and Partner, 500 sites for $799/month. Moreover, all 3 packages will include the eCommerce Essential plan.
"We're confident that this new partnership will allow more users to grow and expand their businesses in a proportional and profitable way," said Gev Balyan. Check also Gev's recent interview on revealing Ucraft's main features and more.