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​NZ-first as CommArc seals Veeam Platinum partner status

​NZ-first as CommArc seals Veeam Platinum partner status

“It’s more important than ever for businesses to minimise and recover quickly from unplanned downtime."

Peter Bender - Head of Channels and Alliances, Veeam

Peter Bender - Head of Channels and Alliances, Veeam

CommArc Consulting become the first New Zealand company to achieve Platinum status, the most prestigious level in Veeam’s Cloud & Service Provider Programme.

“Dozens of small and medium-sized New Zealand businesses have benefited from CommArc’s relationship with Veeam, so we’re really proud to have that good work recognised,” says Tim Brocket, General Manager, CommArc.

“Our Veeam-powered services give our customers peace of mind that their data and systems are always available: simply, reliably and securely offsite.

“If anything ever happens to a customer’s servers, they can rely on the CommArc and Veeam team to help keep them doing what they need to do.”

Brocket believes a strong relationship with Veeam means that CommArc can provide customers the kind of services required to do business confidently.

“It’s more important than ever for businesses to minimise and recover quickly from unplanned downtime,” adds Peter Bender, Head of Channels and Alliances, Veeam.

“If they don’t have access to their data, they can’t do their work. In a fast-paced always-on world, that translates to real losses.

“Our Availability solutions, combined with CommArc’s customer-focused approach and Veeam expertise, help New Zealand businesses avoid these kind of problems and enable an Always-On Enterprise. We look forward to continuing this work with CommArc.”


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