Singapore-based cloud backup company Dropsuite recently partnered U.S.-based technology distributor Ingram Micro to expand its presence in North America.
As part of the partnership, Dropsuite's website and database backup product, Dropmysite, is now available on the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace to companies in the U.S. The Cloud Marketplace is an ecosystem of IT buyers, sellers, and solutions that allow channel partners to directly purchase, provision, manage, and invoice cloud offerings from a single dashboard.
Dropmysite will be offered alongside services including Microsoft Office 365, Dropbox, Cisco WebEx, and RingCentral. With its focus on business continuity, cloud backup, and disaster recovery, Dropmysite will complement existing cloud solutions available on the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace, said Dropsuite.
"This partnership extends our reach in North America through Ingram Micro's vast network of channel partners. Dropsuite's backup platform caters to the growing needs of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to safeguard their digital assets from IT threats. This partnership marks a major milestone for our business as it enables seamless delivery of our backup and recovery solutions to SMBs via the Cloud Marketplace," said Ridley Ruth, COO of Dropsuite.
This partnership comes weeks after Dropsuite's rebranding last month and its recent public listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). Dropsuite is funded by global investors Hatcher and 500 Startups, and helmed by former Google and Dell executive Charif Elansari. Elansari recently told Tech In Asia that the company is currently at around the series B stage in terms of revenue and growth.
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