Initio Joins Forces with Actifio to Deliver Faster ROI for Clients
BOSTON, MA: Integrated technology solutions provider Initio has adopted Actifio’s Copy Data Virtualization platform for eliminating clients’ business issues and managing critical business data. The company was in search for a platform that suited its customer-centric approach to design robust solutions for clients while offering a fast ROI. Actifio’s solution corresponded to Initio’s requirements and helped the company in addressing different customer needs and at the same time it reduced business risks through enhanced security levels.
"Large enterprises are all facing similar challenges related to their key applications and data sets. They need to keep their applications available - but not break the bank on infrastructure, and they need to get more business value out of that data by using it to speed up application development processes and get to market faster. Actifio helps with all of this, mitigating clients' risks, helping them be more agile and shrinking the time to value," says Travis M. Gonzales, President, Initio Partners.
Initio has already leveraged the services of Actifio in a solution built to protect a single-instance Oracle database, over 100 TB in size. The solution, designed for a large healthcare enterprise, employs Actifio’s copy data virtualization technology thereby equipping the clients with a reliable and auditable data protection solution. Moreover, the solution saved about 13 Mn dollars in extensive consulting and customization fees for the client while giving a faster ROI in less than seven months.
"The Initio Partners team has fully grasped the transformative power of copy data virtualization for enterprises. Initio's rigorous focus on quantifying and delivering business value in its solutions makes them a great partner for clients and Actifio. The more you leverage the Actifio platform, the greater business value it can provide, and this is evident in Initio's work," adds, Jim Sullivan, President, Actifio.
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