Zenith Infotech, an international company serving over 4,000 IT service providers worldwide, has organized live demonstrations of its managed services infrastructure and business continuity products and services.
The company is hosting an interactive technology showcase February 2, 2010 from 2:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Concord, located at 172 North Main Street. This landmark event is sponsored by Autotask, a provider of Web-based IT services management software.
Event attendees will see live demonstrations of solutions that aid small- and mid-sized companies to automate IT processes and more efficiently run their business operations.
Attendees will also have the option to choose between a free 45-day trial of Zenith's managed services offering and a 30-day trial of its business continuity solution.
Barry Bernazzoli, Zenith Infotech's (News - Alert) director of channel management said that the company’s fastest-growing partners are leading sales discussions around a backup and disaster recovery solution.
This particular strategy not only allows the partners to avoid head-to-head comparison with an existing support firm but also potentially resolves an end client's critical business need.
Bernazzoli said that when their partners are able to establish a relationship with that new customer, they can easily transition and expand services to other IT areas and benefit from even more recurring revenue opportunities.
'The strength of Zenith Infotech BDR is that it appeals to every vertical market. It's not limited to a particular group. They all have data and they understand the importance of protecting that data,' said Vince Arden, chief financial officer of Chicago-based IT services company Preferred Communication Systems Inc.
'Backup is an extreme headache for our customers. That's just the nature of it. Now with Zenith Infotech, there's a solution for them that eliminates that headache.'
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi