KineticD Gives VARs Branded Microsite for Cloud Backup Sales

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KineticD announced Tuesday a new program that provides resellers with a free turnkey microsite to market cloud backup and data recovery services to their customer base immediately after signing up with KineticD's partner program.

KineticD's patented KineticCloud Backup and recovery technology provides data protection for PCs, Macs, servers and databases. It automates administrative tasks by simplifying management of backup software and schedules across all systems and business locations.

With the branded microsite, resellers are able to market KineticD's offer to their customers without having to design or host a website. The microsite is hosted by KineticD.

The program includes a dedicated link that can be integrated into the reseller's website, providing access to sales tools, including marketing information, success stories and product features. A secure sign-up portal and unique personal ID number credit the reseller's account. A dedicated subdomain features the reseller's logo at the top of every page. "Call Us" and "Email Us" links posted on each page lead directly to the reseller's contact page and email address, respectively. In addition, the site includes a safe checkout process that is SSL-certified and McAfee secured.

"Our customers are asking for help with cloud backup and data recovery services. Now, with KineticD's microsite, we have an amazing resource that works as an Information Center while doubling as a dedicated landing page that makes customer sign-ups easy and seamless," said Chris Engler, owner, Engler Information Technologies (EIT), a provider of outsourced IT for small businesses.

KineticD's reseller program requires no minimum commitment or upfront investments and provides a minimum 20 percent margin.

Founded in 2002, KineticD solutions are used by more than 60,000 customers, 1,000 resellers, 100 MSPs and private-label partners for online backup and recovery, archiving, disaster readiness, secure file sharing and remote access.

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