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Acronis launches MSP partner initiatives

28 Mar 11

Acronis has launched a new subscription-based, licensing model targeting managed services providers. 

The firm says that the programme has been launched in response to demand from its partner community. 

The Acronis MSP Programme offers a monthly subscription-based licensing model for MSPs who would like to provide the Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 products as part of managed services to their customers.
Partners can move licenses between customers as well as obtain discounts for both license volume and length of commitment.

Karl Sice, General Manager – Pacific at Acronis said, "One of Acronis’ goals is to provide our channel partners with the right tools to help them grow. This is the reason we developed this program for MSPs looking for robust backup and recovery solutions. We look forward to expanding our channel ecosystem and allowing new partners to take advantage of the MSP program.”

More details on the programme can be found here.

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