APSU Joins Hands with InfoSystems to Leverage Managed Service Offerings
FREMONT, CA: The strategic alliance formed by Infosystems, a storage solutions provider and APSU aims to uplift the market position of APSU and advance Infosystems into the North American markets. The announcement complements APSU’s establishment of its headquarters in Nashville, TN.
This alliance is expected to augment APSU’s technology and processes with Infosytems’ expertise in IBM servers and storage. “We are thrilled to combine our experience with APSU’s innovation,” says President and CEO Clay Hales. “Basically, they will be the engine within InfoSystems’ managed services offering. As the highest accredited business partner in Europe and elite in their channel, they have a lot to offer and we are ecstatic to partner with them,” explains Hales.
APSU delivers cloud based services into the IBM mid-market range and offers a fully managed high availability service known as VSRi (Virtual Server Recovery for IBM). Other services include technical consultancy, procurement, managed services, in-store and on-line retail solutions, cloud hosting and physical co-location. It also offers enterprise-class cloud services from Virtual Data Centres (VDC).
The company set out for a global spread out when BGF (Business Growth Fund), a capital services provider invested 11.2 Mn US Dollars in 2014. APSU’s growth strategy now entails its heavy expansion in North America.
Both APSU and Infosystems carry the record of accomplishment of an enduring position in IBM’s Power iservers previously known as iSeries or AS/400. Both the companies are IBM Premier Business Partners, and are members of IBM’s exclusive Global Business Partner Advisory Council as well. APSU and Infosystems go paralleled in their experience in providing solutions through Cisco, Microsoft, HP, and VMware.
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