Stow IT firm reaches Professional-level in the VMware Service Provider Program
AtNetPlus today announced that it has broadened its association with VMware by becoming a Professional-level partner in the VMware Service Provider Program (VSPP). AtNetPlus is one of fewer than one-hundred IT services companies in North America to earn this select designation.
Partner Jay Mellon noted, “AtNetPlus began moving into the virtualization market several years ago. This designation puts us on the leading edge of the industry for mid-sized businesses. Hosted virtualization is the next evolution in IT, and we are now in a position to fully support this technology for our clients. Hosted virtualization can level the playing field for SMBs by giving them access to enterprise level solutions at a price affordable to smaller enterprises.”
Mellon continued, “Many SMB owners and managers may not recognize VMware because it hasn’t really been accessible to them until now. That is changing. Virtualization and cloud computing will rapidly become common place for server consolidation or ‘green IT,’ virtual desktop capabilities, and as a cost effective way to retire old hardware.
“We’ve been in business for over a decade, and our focus has always been to offer IT solutions beyond those typically available to smaller companies. Our services are designed to increase productivity and help smaller organizations stay competitive. Virtualization and cloud computing are exciting new tools in our service line. Both can have a significant impact on the bottom line of smaller organizations. With VMware we have cost effective and innovative solutions that meet the practical needs of our clients. In this economic climate, accomplishing more and spending less to get it done is vital to the success of small businesses,” stated Mellon.
“Our IT Specialists will continue to gain expertise through a variety of specialization programs available as part of the VSPP program. As the technology gains momentum AtNetPlus is committed to expanding our capabilities to exceed the expectations of the marketplace,” concluded Mellon.