Singapore-based Dropsuite, a cloud backup solutions provider for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and corporates, has expanded across Europe, penning a strategic partnership with Netherlands-based premium telco service provider LeaderTelecom.
With the new partnership, Dropsuite will help even more European businesses backup critical data and bolster online security. Dropsuite is helmed by former Google and Dell executive Charif Elansari, and backed by global top-tier investors including 500 Startups andHatcher. In April, Singapore’s Dropsuite expanded into the North American and Australian markets, gearing up for its upcoming listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in the coming weeks.
LeaderTelecom follows similarly successful deals with some of the biggest names in the tech industry, including Ingram Micro (the world’s largest distributor of computer and technology products), GoDaddy (the world’s largest hosting company), Blacknight Solutions(the #1 hosting company in Ireland), GMO Internet (the #1 hosting company in Japan), HostPapa (the #1 hosting company in Canada),Singtel (the #1 telco in Singapore). It also comes months after Dropsuite rebranded from Dropmysite, as well as formalized its intention to list on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in FY2016.
Dropsuite Partners With LeaderTelecom To Bring Better Data Backup and Online Security to More European Businesses
With Dropsuite’s one-click cloud backup solutions, LeaderTelecom looks to cement its position as the European market leader in online security
SINGAPORE AND AMSTERDAM, NL, 22 JUNE 2016 – Dropsuite, a global software platform that enables small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in over 100 countries to easily backup, recover, and protect their digital assets, has partnered with Netherlands-based LeaderTelecom, a premium telecom service provider and European market leader in online security. By integrating Dropsuite’s range of cloud-based backup solutions, LeaderTelecom is able to expand its service offerings to better protect its clients’ most important asset: their data. It welcomes Dropsuite to its list of best-in-class global partners including Comodo, Entrust, and Symantec.
Dropsuite provides a fully-automated and secure platform that enables SMEs to backup and restore website, email, mobile and server data. Its range of cloud-based backup products and services include Dropmysite (website and database backup), Dropmyemail (email backup and archiving), Dropmymobile (mobile data backup), and DSE Server Backup (file-based server backup). The company, backed by global investors Hatcher and 500 Startups, is helmed by former Google and Dell executive Charif Elansari, who is driving its internationalization and rapid expansion, including its listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in H2 2016.
Ridley Ruth, COO of Dropsuite said, “As a European market leader in online security, LeaderTelecom will help us deliver our best-in-class, one-click backup solutions to its clients, not just in Europe but to their fast-growing client base around the world. LeaderTelecom’s clients trust it as their premium telecom service provider of choice, and we’re delighted to now be a part of that process.”
Aleksei Ivanov, Founder & Managing Director at LeaderTelecom said, “Since our founding in 2012, what has kept LeaderTelecom at the forefront of the market has been our cutting-edge technology solutions and our painstaking process of choosing great partners. Today, we’re delighted to add Dropsuite to that list of world-class partners as we incorporate its simple and easy one-click cloud backup solutions alongside our own offerings. It also positions us favourably to tap into the European and global data protection and recovery markets.”
The global disaster recovery market for SMEs is expected to be worth US$6 billion by 2019, according to SME Cloud Insights (Parallels Research 2014) with 41 per cent of SMEs wanting online backup. Meanwhile, the global market for cloud backup and recovery software is pegged to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.94 per cent between now and 2020, according to Research and Markets.
LeaderTelecom has clients in 80 countries and is a member of HSD (The Hague Security Delta), the largest security cluster in Europe and second-largest in the world. It is one of only 15 companies worldwide to enjoy WSSP-specialist status. In the four years since launch, LeaderTelecom has forged enduring strategic partnerships with security solutions provider including Symantec, IT security company Entrust, and the world’s second-largest SSL-supplier Comodo, among others.
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