Acora and Leading Archive Migration ISV Transvault Announce New Partnership
Acora, an innovative IT services company with a global client base today announced a new partnering relationship with TransVault, the leading developer of email archive migration solutions.
An MSPmentor 501 awardee in 2016, and therefore amongst the world’s best managed service providers, Acora have over 25 years’ experience in providing exceptional IT outsourcing services for a wide variety of verticals, including financial, manufacturing, distribution and real estate. Already supporting enterprises as they journey to Cloud solutions such as Microsoft Office 365, Acora had experienced legacy email data as a barrier to their customers’ adoption of these modern IT systems.
Having tried their hand at a manual approach to email archive migrations, it was quickly decided that Acora would need to stock an automated solution which could accelerate customers’ progress and enable wholesale adoption of Cloud archiving as part of their overall IT strategy.
“Partnering with a leading archive migration ISV such as TransVault made perfect sense for our business. We’d tried doing this type of migration ourselves for customers looking to adopt Office 365 but quickly discovered these projects require sophisticated solutions capable of moving high volumes of data, meeting often very complex requirements from the customer. We’ve already done several migration projects using TransVault’s excellent product suite and now have a great deal of confidence in offering this service as part of an overall migration project to the Cloud”.Lee Ganly, CIO at Acora
Acora and TransVault are planning some specific educational campaigns to the financial services vertical in 2017, as market trends suggest that this industry is more and more ready to adopt Office 365 as a one-stop-shop for email retention compliance and eDiscovery purposes.
“I was delighted to agree this new partnering relationship with Acora last year. They are exactly the sort of business that can quickly add net new revenues by taking TransVault solutions on board and integrating email archive migrations into their existing services portfolio. The speed with which we’ve seen Acora get up to speed with these complex projects has been staggering and is testament to the inherent capabilities they possess. I have every confidence that this will be a hugely successful relationship, delivering mutual benefit for both of us and for our shared customers, both now and in the future”.Quentin Clothier, Director of Strategic Alliances at TransVault
Connect with Acora and TransVault on LinkedIn to stay up to date with industry news and hear more about email archive migrations to systems such as Microsoft Office 365. For anyone in doubt about the efficacy of such Cloud solutions, Acora and TransVault have a jointly published whitepaper on the topic.
About TransVault (www.TransVault.com)
Since 2006 TransVault has led the market with its highly specialised archive migration solutions for the enterprise. When businesses encounter technological change brought on by a merger or acquisition, a planned shift to the Cloud, or the obsolescence of their archive or storage solution — they turn to TransVault to preserve accessibility to their business records. Over 1,300 customers from around the world have relied on the TransVault architecture to protect the integrity of their valuable legacy data whilst ensuring chain-of-custody, faultless eDiscovery and seamless user accessibility — no matter the complexity of the migration, nor the archive stack. TransVault solutions are available through an accredited international network of partners with dedicated Migration Specialists certified on TransVault solutions. TransVault continues to achieve year-over-year growth and has become the preferred archive migration solution for global customers in all verticals, especially those with a heavy dependency on data sanctity and regulatory practices.
TransVault Media Contact:
Marcella P. Mazzucca
Email. [email protected]
Tel. +1 (908) 601-2333
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