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Kroll Ontrack trumpets certification program success

31 Aug 2011

Information management and data recovery vendor Kroll Ontrack is trumpeting the success of a partner certification program launched in May this year, saying an impressive 150 resellers have been certified in the ANZ region in 90 days.

Adrian Briscoe, general manager APAC for Kroll Ontrack, says he is delighted with the response.

"Certification enables our partners to improve their customer satisfaction, boost their business reputation and ensure that their staff have the optimal technical skills required for today’s data loss scenarios.”

The program provides training and informational materials to resellers, enhancing their ability to service customers’ data loss situations.

Kroll Ontrack say more than 50,000 successful data recoveries were performed using their solutions in 2010.  

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