Rettach, a Dallas-based startup, has launched a service that enables automated and seamless connection from email service providers to cloud storage providers.
For many business users, the amount of data in their email attachments often overwhelms their ability to easily organize and securely store critical files. For the average user, most often the option is simply to search through their emails trying to find time-critical files. For others who attempt to organize and save each file, there is no simple automated mechanism to save directly from their email to their preferred cloud storage provider.
"With the growing importance of cloud storage and the all too often burden of managing data in email, we wanted to create a tool that simply, seamlessly, and automatically stores and organizes all this data directly into the cloud storage of a user's choice," says Rettach Executive Chairman, Dayakar Puskoor. "Plus, for larger organizations where many files are shared among users, Rettach provides collaboration across shared cloud storage to make it easier and faster to work together on shared data rather than back and forth in email."
The solution was designed to provide flexibility and control over the data as it is automatically stored from virtually any email service to many cloud storage providers. Once implemented, Rettach automatically organizes attachments from past emails to selected cloud storage providers and will continue to sync from old to present, organizing files based on a user or organization's rules. The solution supports multiple needs from the single business user who wants to connect his email securely to multiple cloud storage for backup or a larger organization that seeks to enable secure shared access to multiple users across cloud storage.
"We are proud to bring to market a service that helps our user base become far more organized and productive by supercharging the full functionality of Microsoft's Office 365 and Google Apps suites. Rettach connects these services in a better way giving customers more robust security and continuity to their cloud storage strategies while extending the functionality in a significant way," said Jack Shanes, Rettach Director of Sales and Channel Development. "As a channel-focused development house, we are very excited to provide real value-added services to our channel and managed solution partners. We plan to help them serve and stay ahead of their customers' needs."
Rettach was incubated by Naya Ventures, a Dallas-based VC fund. Prabhakar Reddy, Managing Partner with Naya said, "Recognizing the critical gap in directly and automatically storing valuable data files from email to cloud storage, Rettach offers a powerful yet simple solution for individual professionals and larger businesses to minimize the amount of time searching for files in their Inbox and providing a secure and automated means to store and backup critical documents."