Redstor has announced its continued growth during 2013. Last year saw the cloud business’ turnover grow by over 30% and this year sees the trend continuing with growth again in excess of 30% year on year.
Seeking to capitalise on consistently strong market demand, Redstor has now grown its staff number to over thirty as it welcomes six new members to the Redstor team representing over 30% growth in headcount. The majority of this growth is within the sales and marketing teams, with the aim of uncovering more customer opportunities.
Parallel to the growth in staff numbers, the cloud and data security business has enjoyed a significant growth in its customer base over the past year as it continues to take on new customers from both the public and private sector markets.
In addition to growing through new customer wins, Redstor is also looking at bringing new services and technologies to market that will benefit its existing customers and enable Redstor to enter new markets.
Redstor’s online backup services have seen the addition of numerous features and support for additional software packages, platforms and environments. Furthermore, the cloud business’ device management service “CentraStage” has seen numerous advancements such as the addition of mobile device management.
Redstor Managing Director, Paul Evans, said: “Redstor continues to work at improving existing services and we’re always looking for new services to bring to market. As we continue to grow it is likely Redstor will bring on additional heads within the sales, marketing and technical teams.”
He continues: “We at Redstor pride ourselves in being able to meet market demands both quickly and cost-effectively whilst ensuring high levels of security and reliability. These business characteristics are why we are seeing such positive growth within the company.”
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