BitTitan and Dropbox Make ANZ IT Service Providers More Profitable in the CloudBitTitan MSPComplete™ Integrates with Dropbox Business to Create More Services Revenue for Australian and New Zealand IT and Managed Service Providers
September 08, 2016
GOLD COAST, Australia – APC – September 8, 2016 – Cloud services enablement and managed services automation pioneer, BitTitan, today announced that its go-to-market alliance with Dropbox, a leading provider of file sharing and collaboration services, is now globally available to IT and managed service providers. While most cloud migrations are complex and time consuming, BitTitan and Dropbox have formed a strategic alliance to simplify and accelerate the process of data migration into Dropbox Business.
Available now, current BitTitan partners can enhance their cloud profile by creating new services revenue around another leading cloud product, Dropbox. In turn, Dropbox resellers have free access to all tools and resources in BitTitan MSPComplete™, a comprehensive cloud services enablement platform, including its sales automation capabilities.
“Australia and New Zealand have mature, established IT channels, and by integrating with BitTitan, a globally renowned cloud services delivery company, we are empowering those service providers with the tools and resources necessary for speedy, secure, and streamlined data migration,” said Greg Kieser, Head of ANZ Partner Sales at Dropbox. “We are committed to helping MSPs in Australia and New Zealand deliver innovative collaboration solutions to their customers, and BitTitan shares that vision.”
Powered by BitTitan MigrationWiz® technology, a component of MSPComplete, service providers are now able to rapidly migrate files, folder hierarchies, permissions and metadata from legacy file collaboration platforms into Dropbox Business. All data migrations to Dropbox Business are performed directly from a web browser through a single, convenient user interface, enabling customers to easily add more workloads to their project portfolio and increase project revenue. With a LightSpeed feature integrated into BitTitan document migrations, this process occurs at a rate 70 percent faster than other industry methods. Migration sources include Box, Google Drive, Google Sites, Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint Online, and thousands of on-premise File Servers to Dropbox Business. Co-existence between multiple data sets will be available early next year.
“Microsoft partners in Australia and New Zealand now have the opportunity to customize and implement cloud projects and workloads according to customer demands,” said David Gray, ANZ Territory Manager at BitTitan. “In this region alone, thousands of IT service providers resell Office 365, and all of them want ways to differentiate their cloud services and offerings. By partnering with Dropbox, we enable Microsoft partners to easily create additional services revenue from an Office 365, Dropbox bundle.”
Show attendees can hear more about the Dropbox and BitTitan integration at BitTitan’s APC booth (#2). To keep up with the latest news and information coming out of the show, like and follow BitTitan on these social media channels:
BitTitan revolutionizes cloud services enablement and managed services automation, empowering IT service providers to sell more cloud services, onboard more cloud workloads, and maximize customer lifetime value. Bolstered by MSPComplete™, a comprehensive MSP cloud services enablement platform featuring BitTitan’s globally renowned MigrationWiz® technology, the company modernizes cloud services delivery, pioneering a new category of MSPs – the modern MSP. Founded in 2007, BitTitan has helped over 4 million users from more than 100,000 companies spanning 125 countries adopt the cloud. BitTitan supports many leading cloud ecosystems including Microsoft, Amazon, Google, and Dropbox. To learn how BitTitan gets it done and has fun doing it, visit www.BitTitan.com.
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