ALSO France is glad to welcome Acronis, a global player in data and storage protection in the hybrid cloud. ALSO and its subsidiary BeIP will address their respective partner networks through joint sales, technical and marketing actions.
"Always looking for new technologies that allow us to develop our common business, we have found in Acronis the partner specialised in data protection", says Bruno Barat, the managing director of ALSO France.
Still about this partnership, Erwan Le Guen, Managing Director of BeIP, adds: "this new agreement allows us to extend ALSO and Be IP's security and data protection offers with an All-in-One solution particularly adapted to the needs of a very receptive market. Our role is resolutely in the recruitment of new resellers, with whom we will provide the necessary technical support. To this end, our teams are already certified."
ALSO-Be IP chose Acronis for its Acronis Data Cloud solution, which brings together different services under a single platform, such as Desaster Recovery Cloud, Backup-as-a-Service and File Sync & Share Services. Acronis Data Cloud is a solution specifically designed for service providers who can now offer these advanced solutions to their customers in a single installation to enhance data protection with additional on-demand services. Also already a European partner of Acronis, it is important to continue and develop this alliance in France. Nora Moumni, Acronis Distribution Manager, will be in charge of the Acronis/Also-BeIP relationship.
Commenting on this partnership, Samy Reguieg, Director France and Africa for Acronis, said: "we are pleased to announce our partnership with ALSO-BeIP and to continue our development in the cloud with this partner. Thanks to ALSO's expertise and network and our innovative solutions, our partnership makes it possible to offer backup and data protection solutions to all companies, regardless of their size. At the dawn of the RGPD and in a context where cyber attacks are multiplying, being able to resume its activity in a few seconds, with all its data, is essential."