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Zetta.net Channel Continues Accelerated Growth Trajectory With Dramatic Rise in Partners and End Users

Enterprise-Grade Cloud Backup and Disaster Recovery Provider Achieves 310% Partner Growth, 870% Increase of New Customers From Partners, and 1,900% Customer Data Growth From Partners in 2013

SUNNYVALE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/25/14 -- Zetta.net today announced significant channel growth in 2013 over the previous year, as demand for its enterprise-grade cloud backup and disaster recovery (DR) solution continued to accelerate at a rapid speed. The company acquired 310 percent more partners and 870 percent new end user customers through its partners. The volume of end user data backed up to the Zetta.net cloud through partners increased by 1,900 percent, while the company's customer retention rate weighed in at an impressive 97 percent.

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Industry factors that are driving adoption for cloud backup and DR, and Zetta.net's solution, include rapidly increasing volumes of data that require backup, as well as larger-sized data sets -- over 500GB, that make traditional software backup slow and ineffective.

Zetta.net's award-winning enterprise-grade cloud backup and DR solution is optimized for large data volumes above 500GB, and transfers up to 5TB in 24 hours without requiring an appliance. All data is encrypted in transit across the Internet and at rest in SSAE-16 certified data centers, with 99.99996 percent backup reliability and 100 percent recovery reliability.

Managed service providers (MSPs), resellers, and other partners find Zetta.net's solution particularly attractive due to a pricing model that helps them generate a profitable recurring revenue stream, with no hidden costs. And its appliance-free approach and multi-tenant partner portal promotes higher margins by enabling less time/expense implementing and managing customer backup deployments -- no onsite visits required.

MSP Raffa selected Zetta.net because its solution requires no backup appliance -- which means no initial start-up cost -- and is straightforward for clients to install and manage. "Zetta.net is the easiest backup system to set up and configure that we've ever seen, hands-down," said Nate Solloway, Technical Outsourcing Manager at Raffa. "It allows us to offer an affordable, enterprise-class backup and DR solution which results in higher customer satisfaction and increased revenue to our bottom line."

"In addition to the technology advantages that Zetta.net offers, we've worked to develop a 'sell-with' model that demonstrates a true partnering culture and commitment to the channel," said Art Ledbetter, Zetta.net's Director of Channels. "This maximizes collaboration with our partners and executive sales team which is incented to help build business with them."

About Zetta.net
Zetta.net is the fastest growing enterprise-grade cloud backup and disaster recovery solution provider for small and mid-size enterprises and MSPs. Zetta is enabling 700+ enterprises to simplify and automate backups and instantly recover data using just a web browser. Advanced security, high redundancy and a high-performance architecture delivers enterprise-grade data protection that scales to meet business requirements for accelerating data growth.

With headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif., Zetta.net was established in 2008 by successful serial entrepreneurs and technology executives from companies such as Netscape, VeriSign, Symantec, EMC, and Shutterfly. For more information, visit www.zetta.net or www.facebook.com/zettastorage. Follow Zetta on Twitter at www.twitter.com/zettanet.

Tags: online backup, cloud backup, disaster recovery, offsite backup, remote backup, server backup, data protection, msp backup

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Courtenay Troxel
Channel Marketing
Zetta.net
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