NovaStor voted into the Top 50 Vendors of 2007
NovaStor enables service providers to enter into the Software as a Service (SaaS) space providing them the ability to launch an online backup service. Today, NovaStor's NovaNet-WEB is one of the most advanced data protection solutions for Microsoft Windows users. The software combines sophisticated technology with great ease of use for ISPs as well as their customers. According to Service Provider Weekly, NovaNet-WEB speeds entry into the burgeoning online data backup market with distinct competitive advantages, such as greater account control, higher customer retention and extensive support. NovaStor's solution allows providers to hit the market quickly with a proven recurring revenue generating solution.
"NovaStor understands what it takes to excel in this competitive SaaS market." says Mike Andrews, Managing Director and Executive VP Sales at NovaStor. "Our goal is to continuously introduce new and innovative products that position our partners to succeed both competitively and profitably."
NovaStor (www.novastor.com) is a leading, international provider of software solutions for data availability and protection. NovaStor provides software, SaaS solutions and services for local and online backup, restore and retention of business-critical data. Clients include home, mobile, and SMB users, service providers as well as international corporates. NovaStor's cost-effective solutions are platform- and hardware-independent and ensure that optimal technological and economical use is gained from the customer's existing and future IT environment.
NovaStor is headquartered in Switzerland (Zug), has offices in Germany (Hamburg) and the USA (CA, Agoura Hills), and is represented in numerous other countries through partnerships.
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