Exponential-e has been recognised by Zerto as its EMEA Cloud Service Provider of the year for 2019. The accolade recognises the companies’ six-year partnership, which has enabled them to collectively build and deliver an data recovery and business continuity service for around 3,000 customers.
Since the partnership began, Exponential-e has become one of only two platinum partners in EMEA and one of Zerto’s largest CSPs globally.
Built on Exponential-e’s flat Layer2 VPLS network, the offering has generated significant revenues for both firms and contributed to gaining market share in an era where the loss of a critical application for even minutes, can be devastating for business. The innovative software ensures that all data held in the cloud is replicated in near real-time, meaning that any work on critical, virtual applications can be recovered and up and running within minutes in the event of a failure, with next to no data loss.
Commenting on the award, which was presented at Zerto’s Annual Partner & Cloud Provider Round Table in London, Exponential-e Managing Director Mukesh Bavisi said: “Since working with Zerto we have built a cost-effective business continuity offering that is a credit to the entire team at both Exponential-e and Zerto, we provide a solution that is absolutely critical to the ongoing success of so many of our client’s business operations.
“In this day and age, where so many organisations rely on application-based software to run fundamental programmes, having a robust data recovery solution that can instantly replicate that software in the case of an outage is essential. Working with Zerto has enabled us to develop a solution that is not only highly valued by our clients, but also acts as a significant driver of revenue for our business. We are delighted to be honoured in this way and look forward to strengthening this partnership over the coming years.”
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