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IT Value Added Resellers Seeking to Quickly Boost Revenue and Profitability with Enterprise Cloud Services Join StratITsphere's Channel Partner Program

Pure channel-focused company experiences robust growth by offering cloud services resold by managed service providers and value-added resellers

HOUSTON, March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Filling a need for value-added resellers (VARs), managed service providers, system integrators and other agents that are seeking to quickly add cloud services to their portfolio of offerings, StratITsphere Data Center Solutions today announced it is experiencing rapid growth of its StratITcloud Channel Partner Program.  IT solutions providers such as Peak UpTime are realizing the advantages of turnkey implementation, delivery and support of cloud services as a means to move beyond the status quo and post revenue and profitability.                   

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"Peak UpTime is delighted to partner with StratITsphere in the burgeoning IT Cloud infrastructure market," said Gordon Martin, President and CEO, Peak UpTime. "Whether on premise, hosted, in cloud or hybrid, we leverage our wholesale relationship with StratITshpere to assess, design, implement and manage IT infrastructure solutions for our clients.  StratITshpere has the people, systems and process to assist Peak UpTime in delivering high performance compute environments, and has the agile business model to sustain momentum for the long term." 

The StratITcloud Channel Partner Program offers a host of benefits including a comprehensive suite of products that are ready to go to market, maximum control of a customer's cloud environment through a S.M.A.R.T. portal and earned market development funds to spend on growing a cloud business. A White Label Partner Program for those who wish to provide a completely white labeled cloud service to sell as their own is also available.

"Our differentiator is that we are 100 percent focused on wholesaling cloud through the channel with a full commitment to our channel partners' success," said Kelby Dennard, Vice President, Global Cloud Development, StratITsphere Data Center Solutions. "There are a lot of VARs, managed services providers and system integrators that find they simply can't compete without a cloud offering and we allow them to supply cloud services under their own brand in a turnkey fashion with ease."

For more information on the new data center and continuity suite, call StratITsphere directly at 888­316­-4191 or visit their website: http://www.stratitsphere.com/

About StratITsphere Data Center Solutions, LLC
StratITsphere is a full­service data solutions center focused on data security and cloud computing for businesses across the world. Their Alpha facility is qualified as an SSAE­16 Type II building, meaning it has been proven to be operationally effective in security, design, and controls by an independent third-party auditor. StratITsphere's parent company is Evolve Data Center Solutions, a global professional services organization that specializes in the deployment of comprehensive mission critical infrastructures.
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