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Acronis offers programme for MSPs

Acronis offers programme for MSPs

Recovery and backup solutions provider Acronis is launching a new programme targeting partners in the Managed Services Provider (MSP) space.

According to a statement released by the company, the partner programme offers a monthly subscription-based licensing model for MSPs who would like to provide Acronis’ ten Backup & Recovery products as part of managed services to their customers.

The programme is designed with a low-entry cost and flexible licensing so partners can get going quickly. Partners can move licenses between customers as well as obtain discounts for both license volume and length of commitment.

“One of Acronis’ goals is to provide our channel partners with the right tools to help them grow,” says Karl Sice, Acronis’ general manager-Pacific, according to the statement. “This is the reason we developed this programme for MSPs. We look forward to expanding our channel ecosystem and allowing new partners to take advantage of the MSP programme.”

Details on the Acronis MSP programme are available on the company's website.


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