Sonian Announces Strategic Reseller Partnership with TeamCentric Technologies
DEDHAM, Mass., Jul 17, 2014 (BUSINESS WIRE) – Sonian, an early innovator in cloud-based data archiving, today announced a reseller partnership with TeamCentric Technologies, an IBM Premier Business Partner, who will be instrumental in delivering the company’s Central Archive solutions. This strategic partnership will strengthen TeamCentric’s current Application Catalog and expand Sonian’s reach to IBM Notes users looking for an affordable and proven solution to archive their Notes mail securely in the cloud.
“We are pleased to partner with Sonian, they have also been a longtime IBM partner and we think their Central Archive solution is increasingly attractive to Notes shops,” said Tom Bowman, president of TeamCentric Technologies. “Archiving Notes into the cloud, and reducing on-prem storage and server loads, is something that more and more of our customers see as a challenge they should address now. Our partnership with Sonian will enable us to deliver enterprise class cloud archiving to Notes users – and for less than a dollar a month!”
The Central Archive solution is specifically tailored to archive IBM Notes® (formerly Lotus Notes) and IBM Domino® (formerly Lotus Domino) mail to the Amazon cloud. Simple deployment of a collector agent on the Domino server then secures all inbound and outbound Notes/Domino mail in the cloud, alleviating the storage of rarely accessed data from the Notes server and reducing the size of system backups. Fast and accurate search of the cloud archive allows the administrator to conduct queries to conduct investigations, speed audit response or produce documents for discovery. Sonian’s Central Archive is scalable and secure, and costs 99 cents to the end user, per mailbox per month.
TeamCentric’s customizable business applications are designed to improve productivity and automate processes, and can be run in any environment and accessed through an IBM Notes client, web browser and through a mobile device.
“We’re thrilled to work with TeamCentric to provide their Notes customers with a data preservation solution that significantly improves operations,” said Jeff Dickerson, CEO of Sonian. “We are fanatically focused on providing a world-class partner experience, and we’re confident that, as we have with IBM, Rackspace, Intermedia, Colt and others, we can help TeamCentric maximize margins while cutting support costs. We look forward to forging a strong relationship with our newest partner, especially around what we think is a really disruptive offering – we expect to move a lot of Notes mailboxes to the cloud before the end of this year.”
To learn more about Sonian’s Central Archive solutions, visit http://sonian.com/solutions/central-archive-solution/
An early innovator in cloud-based archiving, Sonian preserves, protects and presents the world’s information. More than 16,000 customers in 40 countries trust Sonian’s secure platform and fast and accurate search to retain and retrieve valuable data and to protect the intellectual property in business email. Sonian manages more than 20 billion objects in the cloud; every day, 17 million new documents are uploaded to Sonian’s cloud archives, which can run on any of the world’s five largest public clouds. Boasting strong partnerships with the world’s leading technology companies, Sonian combines innovative technology with deep archiving expertise to satisfy customers of all sizes and industries. For more information, please visit www.sonian.com.
About TeamCentric Technologies
TeamCentric Technologies, LLC has been providing services to companies to help improve their efficiency and productivity for more than 25 years. Through the development and application of custom information systems, we automate workflows and streamline activities. This enhances our clients’ competitiveness and profitability, while strengthening bottom lines with solutions that keep businesses on the fast track. TeamCentric Technologies is an IBM Premier Business Partner.
IBM, Lotus, Domino and Notes are either registered trademarks or trademarks of IBM Corp. in the United States and/or other countries.The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.
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