Network and security VAD Watsoft has announced its new partnership with Canadian editor CloudOak. Its Plan4Continuity solution enables MSPs and IT service providers to plan and secure their customers' business continuity in case of emergency.
"With the integration of CloudOak, Watsoft goes even further in the solutions offered for disaster recovery. In today's environment, this solution for Managed Service Providers (MSPs) represents a real opportunity through operational emergency management with fully automated plans", said Oleg Bivol, president of Watsoft.
CloudOak's Plan4Continuity offers a unique system for automating business continuity plans regardless of the size of the company. This innovative solution helps MSP partners generate a whole new source of recurring revenue and enables them to better support their customers in the event of natural disasters, ransomware attacks or other critical emergencies. In addition, this multi-tenant system is the first cloud-based business continuity planning software that can create, simulate and activate business continuity plans at the touch of a button. Its Cloud technology provides encrypted data protection and 24/7 availability even on remote devices and without any hardware infrastructure to configure.
For CloudOak, this brand new partnership represents a strong development potential. With a perfect knowledge of the MSP market, CloudOak counts on Watsoft as a value-added distributor to extend its presence in France and French-speaking countries.
"For us, this brand new partnership represents a great development potential. With its knowledge of the MSP market and more than 3,300 partners in their ecosystem, CloudOak's partnership with Watsoft will allow us to expand our presence in France and French-speaking countries. Plan4Continuity offers a transparent and inexpensive way to move to cloud-based SaaS offerings, which is a real advantage for MSP partners. Not only will sales and profit margins increase, but recurring revenue can help build customer loyalty and business growth", said Phil Sansom, Managing Director of CloudOak EMEA.