Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) May 08, 2017
Data Sales Co. announced today its continued relationship with StackPath, increasing its lease facility to $20M to support StackPath’s global IT equipment expansion in 24 cities worldwide.
“I have worked with Data Sales on our IT leasing requirements for nearly 15 years, first at The Planet, then SoftLayer, and now StackPath. They have been a key financial partner over this period, and my entire team values the relationship we have built with them,” says Lance Crosby, Chief Executive Officer of StackPath.
Data Sales has a long history with Mr. Cosby’s companies. StackPath’s expansion requirements for servers and networking equipment was a perfect match to the Data Sales lease offering, which is designed for fast growing companies that provide services over the internet.
“We are excited to provide this lease facility to StackPath for their Global IT infrastructure expansion. The cloud presents a tremendous opportunity and we are proud to support StackPath as a valued client,” Dan Gannon, Senior Director of Data Sales Co.
About Data Sales Co.
Founded in 1973, Data Sales Co is a full-service IT lessor with over $2.5B in lease originations spanning over four decades. Our IT hardware background, leasing expertise and logistical support uniquely positions us to provide the Full Service Lease: the most comprehensive, flexible lease available. Businesses ranging from start-up, venture backed and emerging growth to multinational Fortune 500 corporations have found that it's the best value in business technology today. http://www.datasales.com
StackPath provides inherently secure cloud services that enables developers to build safe solutions. Its platform leverages collaborative intelligence so that with every threat detected it makes each service smarter, more secure, and easier to use. More than 30,000 customers already use StackPath technology, ranging from Fortune 100 companies to early stage startups. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, StackPath has offices across the U.S. and internationally. For more information, visit stackpath.com and follow StackPath on Facebook and Twitter