Intronis Ramps Up Partner Offerings

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Cloud backup and recovery company Intronis has been busy transforming its business to further target partners and small businesses.

Intronis recently introduced the ECHOplatform, which Co-Founder and Vice President Neal Bradbury said is "changing Intronis from being a file-folder vendor to a full data protection platform to protect small businesses."

"For us and for the partner, it’s really about consolidation," Bradbury said. With the new platform, partners can sell a local off-site, single-vendor strategy to customers. With a flat-rate pricing model, branded the U2 model, partners can ensure a fixed month-to-month cost as well. Bradbury expects margins for partners to range from 75 percent to 200 percent, depending on how partners go to market with the platform.

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In addition, Intronis recently launched its Bare Metal Restore technology, which captures data and applications to back up on laptops, PCs and servers.

"Small businesses can't afford to be down for a few days," Bradbury said. Most important of all, Bradbury insists that no small business should go out of business because of lack of data backup.