A creative partnership between NextVault and the Panthers granted Credit's wishes and made this partnership a reality.
Sudbury, MA & Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) November 15, 2011
NextVault CEO, Kevin Harris, announced today that NFL football team Carolina Panthers have entered into a multi-year agreement for data backup, archiving and disaster recovery services. “We are very excited about the new relationship and expect it to be mutually successful and long lasting,” commented Harris.
Panther’s Director of Information Technology, Jon Credit, has wanted to deploy online backup services for the team for some time but could not find the right solution at the right price for the team. A creative partnership between NextVault and the Panthers granted Credit's wishes and made this partnership a reality. NextVault has entered into a sponsorship deal with the team to utilize marketing and advertising services from the team while providing NextVault’s comprehensive online data backup solution for nearly thirty servers.
NextVault EVP, Bud Stoddard, engineered the creative partnership based on a successful track record with several NFL teams in previous years. “Sports franchises have large amounts of mission critical data and tape backup can no longer adequately protect that data,” said Stoddard.
NextVault is most enthusiastic about its partnership with the Panthers and expects to announce additional relationships with additional professional sports franchises in the coming months.
NextVault is a leading provider of online data backup, file and email archiving and disaster recovery solutions. As an innovative service provider they offer comprehensive and affordable solutions to small, medium, and large sized businesses. Through their network of partners, resellers and data centers, NextVault promises secure online backup and fast access to data in the event of loss or disaster, tailored to the needs of any business in today’s uncertain world. For more information visit http://www.nextvault.com.