Eclipse Internet launches Eclipse Partner backup

Henry West, Head of Sales at Eclipse

With the fast adoption of cloud and hosted services, it’s essential to Eclipse Internet that they provide straightforward and market leading solutions to their Partners. That’s why Eclipse says they are proud to launch the first of their Eclipse Cloud services to Partners, Eclipse Partner Backup.

The Eclipse Partner Backup service is designed to provide intuitive and responsive access to data, via a simple subscription based service and Partners have the flexibility to create their own backup propositions to resell to end customers through the new Partner Backup Console.
With access to bespoke storage quotas and licenses, the console enables Partners to custom build packages for their end customers and to sell at the price points that they choose.

“Most customers know us primarily as a connectivity and communications provider, and although this remains of the utmost importance, we can’t ignore that as technology evolves, cloud services are moving to an everyday reality.

Now is the time to get on the growth curve of cloud services and there is a real opportunity as there is now a genuine demand for these services – look at how they have developed in the home with subscription services such as Netflix and Love Film. There is a real on-demand economy and as a result, a new, smarter way of working.” comments Henry West, Head of Sales at Eclipse Internet.

“We want to enable our Partners to go to market quickly with these services and with no large upfront investment. By easily enabling the provisioning and management of these services via our Partner portal and Partner Backup Console, we can continue to focus on great support and the customer experience to deliver the high level of technical and customer support to our Partners.”

Eclipse Partner Backup is immediately available with an introductory offer of the first month free, providing the opportunity for new and existing Partners to evaluate the service at zero cost.

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