Canto, Partners Break Records in 2011
Canto partners close best years on record, as Canto beats its own revenue record.
“Global financial health certainly posed challenges to Canto,” explained Canto CEO Ulrich Knocke. “But we’ve leveraged the company’s maturity and market strength to make this a time of investment rather than concern. We’re thrilled to see such immediate and impressive returns on that decision, and we have the hard work of Canto employees and partners to thank.”
Shadowing Canto’s success were members of the Canto Partner Network who set Canto-based revenue records of their own: CDS Gromke (Germany), DataBasics (Australia), dox IT-Systems (Germany), Hellmer & Triantafyllou (Germany), Interaktion (Switzerland), Moksa (US), Renaissance Micro (US) and Uptime Systemloesungen (Austria).
Australia’s DataBasics was promoted to Canto Certified Distributor Platinum, the highest tier in the Canto Partner Program. No other company has ever achieved the rank.
“Now is a great time to be a Canto partner,” said Canto Americas General Manager, Kathleen Gilligan. “We’ve laid a perfect foundation for the partner network expansion we plan for 2012.”
Canto is privately held and does not disclose sales figures.
About Canto & Cumulus
Canto® has been dedicated to helping customers fully utilize their digital assets since 1990. Canto Cumulus® is a cross-platform solution that enables companies to easily organize, find, share and track their ever-increasing numbers of digital files, in any format. Canto’s worldwide network of certified developers offers an impressive assortment of plug-ins and add-ons that enhance the Cumulus product line further.
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