IBANS welcomes Stage2Data as an Affinity Partner offering cloud based data protection.
Oakville, Ontario (PRWEB) December 22, 2014
Jeff Collier, CEO of Stage2Data, welcomed the announcement by Karen Slaunwhite, Executive Director of IBANS that made their newly signed Affinity Partnership public.
Stage2Data, Canada's Premier Cloud Solution Provider, was an ideal choice for IBANS because of their proven track record with other Canadian Insurance Broker Associations.
In a release sent from Slaunwhite, IBANS welcomed Stage2Data and formally introduced their members to the newest Affinity Partner, Stage2Data. Slaunwhite stated, "Stage2Data delivers world class cloud based data backup and recovery solutions and has a depth of experience with Canadian Insurance Brokers that is second to none. Currently, Stage2Data works with the Ontario, New Brunswick and British Columbia Insurance Brokerage Associations, and they are very proud to now be working with us in Nova Scotia. Their team of experts has proven themselves to be invaluable to all sizes of brokerages, and I am certain their offerings will be of interest to our membership."
Both Collier and Slaunwhite echoed the importance of cloud backup for insurance brokerages stating that, "Your data is one of the most important assets you have, and it needs to be protected."
Each Insurance Broker Association that Stage2Data works with has access to exclusive pricing and private portal on their website.
Stage2Data is Canada's Premier Cloud Solution Provider, and offers cloud, private cloud, on premise backup and hosting. The company is 100% Canadian owned and operated.
IBANS is a voluntary membership organization operated by a board of directors drawn from its membership, and serves the interests of more than 1,100 independent insurance brokers in Nova Scotia. By working collaboratively, IBANS members have created a business environment that helps individual brokerages to prosper. IBANS is a member of the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC), a national trade organization, that brings together 11 provincial associations of Property and Casualty insurance brokers in Canada.