Email archive migration pioneers, Transvault, mark its 10th year with new product roadmap and continued partner network expansion…
Clevedon, England – (January 12, 2016) – Transvault, the leading developer of email archive migration solutions, celebrates its 10th year of innovation in the archive migration space with ground-breaking development plans for the coming year.
According to Founder & CEO Barney Haye, “It’s clear through our tenure in this market that enterprises have faced – and will continue to face – significant and sometimes un-predictable challenges in keeping their email records secure and accessible as the years roll by.”
In the last decade, Transvault, whose solutions are delivered via a global network of service partners, has moved 15 petabytes of customer data in over 1,100 separate migration projects.
“At the outset, most of our migrations were between different on-prem systems. Yet now our partners are seeing a spike in projects by using our new Compliance Time Machine to securely onboard enterprises to Microsoft Office 365. The growing uptake of the Cloud by enterprise accounts will continue to rise – a fact that not only catapults our futures and roadmap, but also delivers a clear competitive edge to partners with our Transvault powered Cloud hopping service”, added Haye.
Continuing to grow year on year, Transvault now has the widest network of partners it’s ever had the benefit of working with. Taking to market new products such as Transvault Sprint, which massively streamlines the migration process, these migration experts are unrivalled in their expertise when it comes to delivering successful customer projects.
In late 2015, the migration vendor unveiled its initial plans to revamp its partner network – The Transvault Performance Partner Program – which will officially launch later this month, aims to better support partners who are dedicated to archive migrations, by certifying their ability to service and successfully complete numerous projects with their same level of commitment.
Bringing to a close an unprecedented decade of data migrations, the next twelve months are fervently anticipated by Haye who continued, “Working at Transvault has been the most exciting period of my career. Over the past decade we have grown the organization from its inception to a mature, sustainable business which has seen increased revenue every year since 2006. We’ve had some amazing successes to date and we’ve really only just begun!
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