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Expanding Unitrends seeks new channel partners

03 Mar 14

According to a recent Gartner report, by 2016, 1/3 of organisations will change backup vendors due to frustrations over cost, complexity, or capability.

In providing physical, virtual and cloud-based protection and recovery for every organisation’s most valuable assets: its data and applications, Unitrends looks set to capitalise on such market movement.

A company wholly committed to the ANZ market, with troops on the ground, Unitrends is expanding, and is looking for new channel partners in the process.

Widely regarded as the industry’s fastest-growing multi-environment data protection company, more than $1.5 million in cash rewards were earned by channel representatives worldwide who participated in the company’s partner loyalty program last year, UniRewards.

Since the program’s launch in February 2013, UniRewards’ members have delivered more than $90 million in new sales pipeline opportunities.

But with the company receiving more leads on a daily basis, the time has come for expansion across the ANZ market, with the business reaching out for new channel partners.

Providing an all-in-one data protection solution that offers backup, archiving, and disaster recovery for protecting physical, virtual, cloud environments, or any combination thereof, with Unitrends, organisations can protect heterogeneous environments at the lowest TCO in the industry.

A team comprised of backup and storage veterans, business experts, and customer service specialists, the Unitrends group offers years of experience and a shared passion in understanding the ever-changing challenges of data protection and responding to dynamic customers' needs.

Unitrends allows organisations to:

Simplify backup:

Unitrends provides IT organisations with an all-in-one, unified, alternative solution to the point products on the market today. Heterogeneous backup for 100+ versions of computers, storage devices, operating systems, hypervisors and applications. All this at a fraction of the cost.

Scale and be agile:

From No Limits Licensing to Simply Scalable technology, Unitrends enterprise-grade features are shrink-wrapped into a bundle that allows IT organisations the agility and adaptive protection they need, and the ability to scale as data grows.

Have confidence:

Unitrends' products are used by thousands of customers worldwide, offering unmatched recovery capabilities. With the company's customer-obsessed culture, Unitrends want IT organisations focused on their business, not their backup.

For more information please contact Mark Dasent - General Manager, Connector Systems by clicking here

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