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OneNet offers partners "significant monthly revenue"

09 Apr 10

Cloud computing and app delivery firm says channel partners can benefit from offering services on the back of it offering off-site data storage.

“As we rapidly grow our business partner channel, we want to be at the forefront of technology by offering products like LiveVault server backup, so that our channel partners can offer a range of cloud services with immediate uptake by their client base,” said Steve Victor, Business Partner Manager at OneNet Limited.

Victor believes that a OneNet business partner has an opportunity to “easily earn significant recurring monthly revenue, plus charge for professional services for the setup and implementation on each server for their clients”.

He continued, “Resellers may even charge an ongoing maintenance fee to ensure that their clients backups are operational to their expectations month-to-month, and provide a report to them and complete test sample restores. OneNet provides support for the business partners where necessary, but for a majority of the time because the configurations are simple and can be done through the LiveVault Web Management Portal, there is no need to call on us.”

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