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5 GreenPages’ Cloud Computing Services Game-Changers

Cloud solution provider superstar GreenPages is stepping up its cloud offensive with a slate of cloud services, including its new Xcelerator reference architecture to speed up cloud adoption.

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Cloud Services Superiority

GreenPages CEO Ron Dupler (pictured) said the company’s cloud, security and digital transformation offerings are driving record professional services sales growth for the cloud superstar.

GreenPages’ professional services business, in fact, is on track to deliver back-to-back quarters of record sales growth as a result of its cloud charge, said Dupler.

“We have revolutionized our professional services business, which is growing dramatically,” said Dupler of the Kittery, Maine-based company’s professional cloud services offerings. “It’s a completely different business than it was three years ago. The work we are doing now is heavily tilted toward cloud strategy and architecture.”

Dupler said GreenPages, which in September acquired cybersecurity solution provider Norwell Technology Group, will continue to look at acquisitions to “scale the business intelligently.”

“Strategic positioning is more important than scale so most of the acquisitions we make are to augment our capabilities and to drive our strategy versus just raw scale,” said Dupler. “At the end of the day, there are lots of very successful and strategically important services companies that are the ones doing the innovation and working closely with clients creating new offerings.”

Here are five ways GreenPages is stepping up its cloud offensive.

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