StorageCraft offering A/NZ resellers fast-track promotion to migrate customers
- 12 July, 2012 10:29
Backup, disaster recovery, and system migration provider, StorageCraft, has launched a fast-track promotion to enable its Australian resellers to migrate customers’ traditional backup product to a real-time recovery solution.
The three-step campaign promises to deliver a set of technical and sales tools for the migration process.
“This complete program is designed to provide the tools our partners require to enable them to capitalise on these three areas [virtual backup, Cloud migration, Cloud-based disaster recovery],” StorageCraft Asia-Pacific vice-president, Greg Wyman, said.
Step one includes NFR software, which is heavily discounted for local, remote physical, and virtual server protection, recovery, and disaster recovery. The NFR bundle, valued at more than $5000 excluding GST, will be available for $200, Wyman said.
Resellers interested in registering for the NFR software deal can do so via the StorageCraft NFR website.
Step two involves technical workshops which focus on Cloud-based disaster recovery. The next round of workshops commence on July 17 in Melbourne, and will move to Sydney, Brisbane and Perth in the weeks following.
The third step is sales training which hopes to maximise profit from sales of backup and disaster recovery solutions.
The campaign will affect StorageCraft’s 2500 resellers and 40,000 end users across Australia and New Zealand.
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