Press Release: Zmanda Announces Partnership with Korea Cyber Tech

Zmanda Announces Partnership with Korea Cyber Tech

Zmanda Announces Partnership with Korea Cyber Tech

Broomfield, CO: 12/18/18

Today Zmanda, a worldwide leader in open source backup and recovery software, has joined forces with Korea Cyber Tech to serve the Korean Enterprise markets with first-class back-up and data storage solutions.

“We plan to add more value to our partnerships in APEJ and establish a strong ecosystem of trained partners who understand the key benefits of Zmanda and can deliver excellent service to customers. Korea Cyber Tech Inc. has specialized in selling the best data protection and data center solutions, while also providing superior technical support to medium and large Korean corporations. This partnership would extend our market reach and our customers in this region would have a reputed local partner to liaison with,” said Pavan Raj, Sr Account Manager for Zmanda at BETSOL

Zmanda is looking forward to building a strong customer base in Korea with the help of Korea Cyber Tech. Even though Zmanda works with Korean customers as of today, this partnership will enable Zmanda to have better outreach.

Korea Cyber Tech was established in 1996 and is based in Seoul, Korea. The company resells world-renowned products on data and systems protection as well as data management solutions. It provides consultations and technical support to thousands of Korean SMBs and Enterprise customers. With more than two decades of experience, Korea Cyber Tech Inc. is the market leader in this field.

“I am delighted to introduce Zmanda solutions to Korea, the world's leading open source backup and recovery software. I believe that Zmanda backup solution is the most cost-effective solution to successfully address my customers’ backup requirements and I think it will become a valuable backup solution for the whole Korean market.” – Joon Lee, President, Korea Cyber Tech

To learn more about Zmanda’s reseller program click here.


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