Arcserve teams up with Spinnakar to amplify channel presence

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Arcserve has announced the appointment of data-first IT agency Spinnakar as a new distributor, as the data protection provider looks to expand its reach.

The partnership aims to address the numerous data-related challenges thrown up by today’s increasingly complex IT ecosystem, the company said, as the field continuously adapts to emerging threats as well as technological advancements.

Now, channel partners can benefit from Arcserve’s wide breadth of data protection software and services, encompassing areas such as replication and high availability, disaster recovery, and data backup.

“This is an exciting partnership. With Spinnakar's experience and success within the channel and Arcserve’s wealth of experience in data management and backup, we’re really looking forward to working together,” said Vince Blackall, EMEA channel director at Arcserve.

“Our distributors are a vital element of the business and working with Spinnakar is in line with our efforts to amplify our presence within the channel and diversify the range of businesses that we are able to target.”

Specifically, the provider said it aims to use the new partnership to extend its market to incorporate both public sector organisations and mid-to-large enterprises served by Spinnakar.

“Arcserve has an amazing track record when it comes to data management, and it only seems fitting that we would come together,” commented Spinnakar founder Gerard Brophy.

“With Arcserve’s continued efforts to push the boundaries of data management innovation through its latest solutions, this partnership will undoubtedly provide a whole host of benefits to our partners and sellers – large and small.”

Daniel Todd

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