Based in Boston and founded in 2004, Vault America offers white-label solutions for server, laptop, and PC backup, as well as e-discovery and document and email archiving. The company sells exclusively through the channel, provides business planning support through dedicated partner development managers, and offers per gigabyte pricing based on post-compression storage consumption. Partners can request an upgrade to a higher tier in the Vault America partner program at any time, and receive lower rates and higher margins if they qualify.
Jenne is an Avon, Ohio-based value-added distributor with specializations in voice, video, networking, security, and cloud solutions. In recent months, the company has announced agreements to deliver Avaya Inc.’s Powered by Avaya IP Office unified communications-as-a-service offering via hosted platforms provider TelAgility and to distribute USB videoconferencing cameras from HuddleCamHD.
“We are excited to work closely with Jenne’s managed service providers and value added resellers to help them significantly increase their profit and add a high margin, monthly recurring revenue stream by offering Vault America cloud storage solutions to protect their customers’ data,” said Vault America CEO Zak Karsan in a press statement.” It’s not a matter of if you will need a good backup and recovery solution, but when you will need a good backup and recovery solution. We are pleased Jenne has selected Vault America to empower their channel partners to protect and secure critical data so their customers are prepared when disaster strikes.”
“We are pleased to add Vault America to our cloud solutions portfolio,” said Patrick Howard, Jenne’s senior director of cloud solutions and product management, in today’s press release. “Jenne’s managed services providers and value added resellers are seeing increased demand for fast and reliable data protection. By partnering with Vault America, we can now support this demand and allow our channel partners to capitalize on the tremendous growth opportunity in the cloud storage market.”