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C-Byte Head Taps Global Business AlliancesLooking Past $1 Billion in Revenues, C-Byte Moves to Leverage Momentum to Broaden Relationships with Key Partners and Systems Integrators
Calgary, Alberta, April 21, 2005 - C-Byte, Inc., today announced a new Global Business Alliances initiative. A major initiative aimed to drive the company's sales, support and professional services capaiblities to gain incremental business by leveraging key application partners and select systems integrators. Biscope pointed to the focus on business alliances as the key to expanding the success of C-Byte's data center server platform and growing the company beyond $1 billion in revenue.
"C-Byte has designed an impressive data center platform, and has an unparalleled reputation for delivering in mission critical enterprise environments," Biscope said. "Our platform position combined with our extensive enterprise experience in technical and sales support, as well as solutions optimization, set C-Byte apart from other players in the data center space."
C-Byte will broaden its partner infrastructure and ensure the integration of its products with those of the systems integration firms and application providers to deliver complete solutions to the marketplace.
"The core of our value proposition is the ability to eliminate the risk of new data center deployments. We will leverage this aggressively in growing our business with key applications partners and through select Systems Integrators," he said.
"With extensive expertise and an in-depth understanding of how to leverage C-Byte's offerings with the partner community. Global Business Alliances will lead our expansion platform and outstanding technical support capabilities," Biscope said. "The Alliances group will be critical as we engage in expanding our enterprise opportunities. We are committed to dramatically increasing this part of our business. I am pleased to announce that C-Byte will drive this effort going forward."
Trevor Biscope, C-Byte's current Chairman, founded C-Byte in Calgary, Alberta Canada in 1989.
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