Vaultize Named “Most Promising Technology Startup of 2011”

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Vaultize, an enterprise-class cloud-backup, sharing and group sync solution has been named in the select list of “Most Promising Technology Startups of 2011 from India” by the country’s largest startup platform Pluggd.in. The list was prepared after evaluating 340 nominations and was based on several parameters including the financial performance in year 2011, reaching certain milestones and most importantly, having a clear focus on business execution. Vaultize is the only enterprise software in the list.

Why Enterprises Choose vaultize?

Vaultize is one of the very few enterprise-class products build from the ground-up by any Indian startup. Vaultize is an enterprise-product with market across world competing directly with giants like Dropbox

Vaultize (http://www.vaultize.com) - an enterprise-class cloud-based backup, sharing and group sync solution was named as one of “2011’s Most Promising Technology Startups from India” by the country’s largest startup platform, Pluggd.in. The list was prepared out of 340 nominations and was based on several parameters - right from the financial performance in year 2011 to reaching certain milestones and most importantly, having a clear focus on business execution. “Vaultize is one of the very few enterprise-class products build from the ground-up by any Indian startup. Vaultize is an enterprise-product with market across world competing directly with giants like Dropbox,” endorsed Pluggd.in. Vaultize was also one of the finalists in India’s premier annual startup event UnPluggd.

In the previous month, Vaultize also received top honours as one of the “Best Startups” at PuneConnect 2011 – an event jointly organized by the leading technology and startup communities including SEAP, TiE and PuneTech. Vaultize was selected for this award by an expert panel of judges for its groundbreaking advancements in enterprise-grade cloud-backup technology which promises to provide complete data protection to businesses of all size – SMBs, SMEs and large enterprises – at reasonable cost. The leading Business News Channel of India ETNow in its show called “Starting Up” endorsed Vaultize as the most exciting startup, "The company that got the most attention and interest of investor community was Vaultize.”

Vaultize was also showcased to the leading IT companies of India at Zinnov’s Globalization Conclave that provides industry leaders and professionals insight into emerging industry trends, networking opportunities and the opportunity to hear from keynote speakers on topics in the forefront of IT industry.

Vaultize is the first enterprise-class backup designed from the ground-up which also provides returns on investment. In addition to cloud backup with unlimited version history and quick disaster recovery capability, Vaultize also provides ‘Group Sync’ – Dropbox-like file sharing and synchronization across users with enterprise-grade control and centralized administration.

Vaultize also offers flexible cloud deployment options for enterprises. Enterprises can choose any public cloud provider and geographical location for their Vaultize deployment. Additionally they can choose to deploy Vaultize in their own private cloud, data center or in a virtual private cloud.

Vaultize pricing is affordable and “pay-as-use”. Businesses are charged flat fee “per GB” computed on the storage consumed in cloud - calculated post de-duplication and compression. And, there is no user, device or feature licensing. That means you can even share files with you business partners or clients outside your organization without having to pay anything extra.

About Vaultize:

Vaultize (http://www.vaultize.com) is a flagship product from Anoosmar Technologies – a privately held and bootstrapped company with registered office in Pune (India). The co-founders Anand Kekre (CEO) and Ankur Panchbudhe (CTO), both IIT Bombay graduates, come with technology leadership and executive management experience – working previously at IBM, VERITAS, Symantec, Reconnex and McAfee. They together hold 73 US patents in data protection, storage and security.

Vaultize is expanding in key markets across world through a network of partners.

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