StorageCraft's MSP program to boost partner profitability
- 12 June, 2012 16:24
Disaster recovery and data protection company, StorageCraft Asia-Pacific has launched a managed service provider (MSP) program tailored for its Australia and New Zealand partner ecosystem.
The goal is to allow partners to set up and invest in reliable and flexible subscription licensing for the vendor’s ShadowProtect offerings.
It hopes to enable resellers to develop full backup-as-a-service and disaster recovery-as-a-service product offerings that contribute to their own business expansion and growth while providing profitability for customers.
The program operates based on sales tiers, whereby partners who deploy more solutions have lower monthly rates per deployment.
“Our MSP program enables participants to build a business practice around backup and disaster recovery-as-a-service by leveraging private, public, and hybrid Cloud infrastructure,” StorageCraft Asia-Pacific regional vice-president, Greg Wyman, said. “We are helping to make MSPs heroes by solving the backup, recovery and disaster recovery issues their customers face daily.”
According to Wyman, it takes three months for resellers to get up and running with the MSP program. To maintain qualification, they must sell $500 worth of subscriptions per month.
As part of the program launch in the region, StorageCraft is looking to add to its Australia and New Zealand partner ecosystem.
Wyman said that the vendor's focus lies with all resellers who have Windows servers within their portfolio.
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