Connectria & Saturn Business Systems: Partnering to Better Support Mission Critical Infrastructure and the Hybrid Cloud

Connectria _ Saturn Business Systems Partnering to Better Support Mission Critical Infrastructure and the Hybrid Cloud

Saturn Business Systems and Connectria have announced a joint go to market partnership. With the partnership, Saturn Business Systems merges its industry-leading integrated information technology solutions with Connectria’s award-winning remote managed, disaster recovery and hybrid cloud services.

“For almost 40 years Saturn Business Systems has built its business on being solution-oriented for our customers. While that focus has evolved into our current hyper-converged infrastructure and hybrid cloud solutions, partnering with Connectria allows for us to extend our service over the lifetime of that infrastructure. Connectria fortifies our ability to do more with less for our infrastructure customers with best-in-class services and support. We are excited to add Connectria to our list of partners,” said George Pappas, Saturn Business Systems Vice President of Sales.

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Saturn Business Systems has a history of establishing strong alliances with like-minded technology partners who thrive on innovation. Connectria’s world-class managed services for Intel-based technologies and IBM Power Systems will join Saturn’s tailored cloud, data center, and IT solutions. Both Connectria and Saturn Business Systems are well-versed in addressing the unique requirements and needs of individual customers of all sizes.

“We are excited to work with Saturn Business Systems and their extensive infrastructure talent. In Saturn, we see an established partner with decades of expertise in developing and sustaining robust customer relationships for organizations needing help managing a wide variety of infrastructure,” said Amar Patel, Connectria VP & Chief Revenue Officer.

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