BitTitan Announces Global Integration Agreement with Dropbox

BitTitan and Dropbox to Offer Innovative, Best-of-Breed Cloud Solutions to Partners

July 11, 2016

TORONTO, Canada – WPC – (July 11, 2016) – Cloud services enablement and managed services automation pioneer, BitTitan, today announced a go-to-market alliance with Dropbox, a leading provider of file sharing and collaboration services. As part of the agreement, BitTitan has also joined the Dropbox Premier Partner Program. Initially, by working together, the companies will simplify and accelerate the process of migrating files and folders into Dropbox Business. Later this year, Dropbox resellers will have free access to all tools and resources in BitTitan MSPComplete™, including its sales automation capabilities. Current BitTitan partners will have the ability to create new services revenue around another industry leading cloud product, Dropbox.

 “Many companies are looking for an easy way to migrate their data to the cloud,” said Hank Humphreys, Channel Chief at Dropbox. “Teaming up with BitTitan, a reputable cloud services delivery company, allows us to help service providers securely and quickly migrate critical documents through an automated process. We are committed to helping MSPs deliver compelling collaboration solutions and services that can impact the bottom line, and BitTitan shares our vision.”

By using BitTitan MigrationWiz® technology, a component of the company’s flagship MSP cloud services enablement and managed services platform, MSPComplete, partners will be able to seamlessly migrate data structures, including files, folder hierarchies, and metadata while preserving permissions into Dropbox Business.

For the first time, Microsoft partners will have the opportunity to customize and implement, beyond email, cloud projects and workloads according to customer demands. In addition, the collaboration makes it easier for Microsoft partners to bundle Office 365 with complementary best-of-breed solutions to create an assortment of products and services to better enable their customers in the cloud. In August, Dropbox and BitTitan partners will be able to migrate customers from Box to Dropbox, with additional migration sources and co-existence between multiple data sets being rolled out later in the year.

“Tens of thousands of IT service providers resell Office 365 today, and all of them want ways to differentiate their offerings,” said Rocco Seyboth, Vice President, Product and Marketing, at BitTitan. “In fact, the ability to do so will be critical to their survival. The number one method most IT service providers can use to differentiate the popular products they sell is through intelligently bundling together other best-of-breed, complementary products and services. 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 WPC booth (#1501). To keep up with the latest news and information coming out of the show, like and follow BitTitan on these social media channels:

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About BitTitan

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

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