EACS joins forces with technology leader Actifio to expand cloud-focused Data-as-a-Service offerings


Managed services provider EACS has announced a new strategic alliance with Actifio, the enterprise Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) software provider.

The new collaboration will greatly assist EACS' own ambitions to enhance its offering and ensure it continues to provide exceptional services to its customers.

Headquarted in the USA and with offices across Asia, Australia and Europe, Actifio has grown rapidly to establish a strong position in delivering multi-cloud data management software solutions that enable enterprises to accelerate their business by unlocking the strategic value of data. This alliance makes EACS a trusted reseller of Actifio's unique products and services, bringing improved data management, analytics, security and business continuity capabilities to its network of customers across the UK.

Kevin Timms, CEO at EACS, said: "Actifio is a major global leader in the IT space, summed up by the high regard in which it is held by thousand of customers, partners and analysts and the reputation for excellence it has built up over the course of the past few years. We believe that Actifio's philosophy and focus on quality is very much in line with our own ethos, so we're delighted to be entering into this strategic alliance."

This alliance will see EACS benefit hugely from Actifio's pioneering expertise in areas such as data management, cloud, disaster recovery and security, while Actifio will gain access to a range of new customers in a high-growth market.

Pat O'Donnell, Regional Vice President of EMEA for Actifio, said, "As Actifio continues its global expansion, we're excited to extend the reach of our data-as-a-service platform to a new base of enterprise customers. By collaborating with a high-quality innovator like EACS, we will be able to bring high-performing IT solutions to businesses of all shapes and sizes."

In forming this collaboration, both EACS and Actifio have recognised the myriad IT challenges facing businesses, including the need to reduce spending while remaining compliant with regulations and maintaining high standards of security.

Timms concluded, "Covering all of the bases when it comes to IT is a tough task for any organisation and costs can add up. Alongside Actifio, we want to make sure that businesses both large and small can cut through the complexities of IT, and gain access to best-in-class technologies in a way that is cost-effective in both the short and long term. We're eagerly anticipating the development of the alliance and seeing the impact it will have on our customers."

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