ARCHIVE1024 Caps Off Banner Year with Signing of 22 New Customers in 4th Quarter of 2012
Industry's premier provider for NearPoint Email Archive migrations announces record-breaking final quarter
CHARLOTTE, N.C., Jan. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- ARCHIVE1024, a leading provider of archive software solutions, today announced 22 new customers signed during the 4th quarter of 2012 for its NearPoint email migration software and services. This momentum continues to confirm ARCHIVE1024's industry leading position as the premier solution provider for email archive migrations for Mimosa's NearPoint. "We have invested heavily in developing a commercial software solution that just works. There's no guesswork or on-site consulting. This is the key to winning new business and high customer satisfaction, not to mention the fastest and most accurate data extraction rates in the industry. If time really is money, then we are putting money back into our client's budgets with our advanced archive extraction performance capabilities. This is how ARCHIVE1024 has achieved its leadership position so quickly after our initial product launch. We have software that just works, and we make doing business easy, it's that simple," says Peter Mojica, ARCHIVE1024 CEO.
2012 Highlights Include:
- Successfully concluded multiple international partner engagements to ensure close customer contact and service for customers outside of the United States.
- Released new functionality to migrate NearPoint archived messages directly into Exchange mailboxes and personal archives.
- Announced the industry's fastest performance metrics for archive migrations of over a terabyte per-day.
What ARCHIVE1024's customers have to say:
Chester County, Pennsylvania: "Chester County partnered with ARCHIVE1024 to beta-test their product release that migrates archived messages directly into Exchange 2010. We pulled out the most critical mailboxes first and then went after the rest of the archive. The beta was extremely successful and we were happy to support their efforts. We understand that we broke a few performance records during our migration and our joint partnership resulted in a very successful migration. System migrations don't have to be slow or painful. ARCHIVE1024 proved that to us." -- Jim Ray, Deputy Director Information Technology.
The Harding Group: "One of our clients needed to move from Mimosa and wanted to use Exchange 2010 moving forward instead of a new archive. We researched the best solution on the market and selected ARCHIVE1024. They worked with us to handle the migration of so we could focus on the Exchange upgrade. As an integration solutions company, we experience difficulties with many software and hardware vendors. This migration occurred during the Hurricane Sandy disaster but the staffs at ARCHIVE1024 who worked in New Jersey continued to support us even when they had limited availability of power. We never had to worry about our customers' data; it was all extracted with 100% accuracy. While other providers we evaluated were offering to place a programmer on site with a bunch of scripts to get it done, ARCHIVE1024 installed true commercial software which worked the way they said it would. It was very impressive. Our experience with other archive migrations has often been painful. With ARCHIVE1024 we were able to take care of our customers' extraction and get the rest of our project moving quickly." -- Ron Verner, President, Harding Group, Dallas, TX.
ARCHIVE1024 is a leading provider of archive software solutions. The Near-Pointe 2-Anywhere Platform delivers the most comprehensive message extraction capabilities for HP/Autonomy's Mimosa NearPoint message archive. ARCHIVE1024′s technology is revolutionizing customer's capabilities to re-establish their archived data into new systems, and eliminate costly maintenance fees. ARCHIVE1024′s fast and accurate migration capability helps companies in mitigating the risk of data loss and inaccessibility. Visit http://www.ARCHIVE1024.com for more information.
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