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InterVision Named a Strong Performer in Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service Evaluation
Strategic Service Provider’s DRaaS solution named in second consecutive report
Santa Clara, Calif. and St. Louis, Mo., May 2, 2019 – InterVision, a leading IT strategic services provider, today announced it has been positioned as a Strong Performer by Forrester Research in The Forrester Wave™: Disaster-Recovery-As-A-Service Providers, Q1 2019 report. InterVision received this recognition for its Disaster-recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) offering in second consecutive report of its kind.
Last year, InterVision acquired Indianapolis-based Bluelock, a category leader in DRaaS with exceptional customer satisfaction proven by a NetPromoter score of 80+. Bluelock was named in The Forrester WaveTM: Disaster-Recovery-As-A-Service Providers, Q2 2017 report.
InterVision also acquired California-based Infiniti Consulting Group, a public cloud consultancy with one of the deepest benches of AWS and Azure experts in the U.S. InterVision has leveraged these acquisitions to expand its solution portfolio and add new capabilities to its DRaaS offerings including managed and assisted solutions across hosted, public and private cloud targets.
This Forrester Wave report evaluates organizations based on factors such as data transfer technologies, geographic scope, risk mitigation and data resiliency. InterVision earned the highest score possible for eleven criteria including core DRaaS offering, customer feedback and security.
“InterVision has integrated best-in-class DRaaS and public cloud capabilities into our DRaaS offering to deliver unparalleled confidence and recovery services to our clients,” said Jeff Ton, SVP, Product Development & Strategic Alliances at InterVision. “We believe our position as a Strong Performer in this year’s Forrester Wave for DRaaS is validation of our expanded capabilities across multiple cloud platforms and deeper security services, two priorities we’ve seen rise dramatically for the IT leaders we serve.”
According to the report, “InterVision has a well-rounded recovery offering for virtualized workloads.” It goes on to state, “InterVision clearly articulates the responsibility and accountability between itself and the client and offers a variety of managed security services that strengthens its position to serve clients by securing the recovery infrastructure.”
“InterVision is a Strategic Service Provider with the people, process and capabilities to transform how companies solve their most pressing IT imperatives,” said Aaron Stone, President and CEO at InterVision. “Inclusion in this report is validation for us of our focus on integrating the best cloud, resiliency and security technologies to mitigate risk for our clients.”
For more information on InterVision and its services, please visit www.intervision.com.
About InterVision Systems
InterVision’s mission is to unlock value by delivering innovative technology through a consultative approach. The company delivers innovation through a broad portfolio of IT managed services, on-premise solutions, professional services, cloud solutions, automation and consulting services that organizations need to thrive in today’s dynamic IT market. InterVision’s vendor-certified sales and engineering staff have specialized expertise in all areas critical to IT environments. The company has regional headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif. and St. Louis, Mo., as well as offices and data centers in the Central and Western U.S. For more information on InterVision’s offerings, visit www.intervision.com.
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