Nerdio has rolled out pre-assembled pricing plans for the Microsoft Azure edition of its all-inclusive network solution for SMBs.
Packages encompassing storage, backup, virtual private networking, and a complete underlying server infrastructure are now available in three “professional” editions for companies with one to five users, six to 15 users, and 15 to 25 users, as well as an enterprise edition for larger companies.
Specific rates for all four plans are available upon request.
“We’re making it easy for CSPs to still make a very comfortable profit selling Azure by presenting prospective customers with a plan that suits them to a tee, whether they are large and established or a budding start-up,” said Vadim Vladimirskiy, Chicago-based Nerdio’s CEO, in a press statement. “Azure deployments with all the bells and whistles are perfect for larger companies, while smaller ones will benefit from the packages specifically designed for their growing needs. In all cases, these recommended templates are fully customizable and easily digestible IT packages.”
First developed by an MSP for its own use, Nerdio is an integrated, comprehensive IT-as-a-service solution that users consume entirely over the internet. The first release of the solution, which reached market in 2016, was hosted on a private cloud infrastructure. The system has been available in a Microsoft Azure-based version as well since June of last year.
“The traditional way of migrating organizations to the Microsoft Cloud can be too daunting, costly, and complex to be viable or scalable,” said Vladimirskiy in prepared remarks. “Nerdio not only relieves [cloud solution providers] of the excessive costs, complexity, and risk, but arms them with the right tools to successfully increase their recurring revenues and minimize their costs.”
Nerdio added a white-label version of its solution that channel pros can brand with their own company name, logo, and color scheme last October. It completed its first distribution deal, with Quebec-based cloud computing marketplace operator SherWeb Inc., last October.