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StorageCraft Updates Partner Portal

StorageCraft Technology Corp. recently overhauled its portal for managed service provider partners.

The new StorageCraft MSP Portal is part of the StorageCraft Profit-Ability Partner Program and includes user interface enhancements, as well as new tools for MSPs to manage StorageCraft licenses through an Apple iPad, Microsoft Surface or other tablet.

Draper, Utah-based StorageCraft makes its Profit-Ability Partner Program available to partners at no charge. The program includes marketing development funds, deal registration, marketing and sales collateral, technical training, not-for-resale software, training, lead sharing and sales incentives, among other benefits.

StorageCraft currently has more than 4,000 current MSP partners and its flagship product for backup, disaster recovery and data protection covers more than 200,000 servers through monthly subscriptions.

The company's OEM partners include the professional services automation companies Autotask Corp. and ConnectWise and the remote monitoring and management companies LabTech Software, N-able by SolarWinds, AVG Managed Workplace, Continuum and Kaseya. Backup and disaster recovery providers using StorageCraft technology include Advanced Backup Solutions, Datto Inc., CharTec and eFolder.

Posted by Scott Bekker on May 05, 2014 at 11:27 AM


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