Broadliner Exertis has partnered with BitTitan, adding the vendor’s fully automated, industry-leading SaaS solution, MigrationWiz, to its Cloud portfolio.
BitTitan’s secure, fast and scalable MigrationWiz enables customers to quickly migrate email, files, and other workloads from a wide range of source and destination endpoints. BitTitan has customers in 188 countries and has migrated 25 million users.
The market-leading series of tools and bundles offer additional flexibility and ease of migration for those moving to the Cloud. Mailboxes, personal archives, documents and public folders can all be migrated quickly, securely and compliantly. MigrationWiz also includes Microsoft Teams and Hybrid Exchange Management capabilities.
By partnering with BitTitan, Exertis is giving new and existing customers the tools to operate in the cloud more effectively, and provide Enterprise-reliable migration capabilities to their own end customers.
“BitTitan is thrilled to partner with Exertis, a renowned leading distributor”, said Lon Clark, BitTitan Director of Global Channel Sales. “Our commitment is to enable our partners with the solutions they need to ensure swift and secure data migration for customers. Together with Exertis, we are providing our partners with a single, best-of-breed cloud migration tool that’s capable of managing multiple cloud workloads. Whether migrating between instances of tenant-to-tenant environments or Microsoft Teams, MigrationWiz provides a seamless migration experience for end-user companies, ensures a high level of customer satisfaction, and enables our partners to achieve continued business growth.”
Rik Hubbard, Cloud Services Director for Exertis, said: “we are pleased to add another great vendor solution to our Cloud platform, and in doing so, helping our partners to deliver best-in-class managed services for their end customers. With our ever-growing portfolio of Cloud vendors, bolstered now by BitTitan, Exertis is bringing a Cloud toolkit to market which resellers can rely on to move customers to the cloud with ease.”