Start-up Insentra inks GlassHouse partnership

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Start-up Insentra inks GlassHouse partnership

Professional services firm Insentra has partnered with data centre consulting firm, GlassHouse Technologies to assist resellers with the implementation of Symantec's Enterprise Vault solutions.

Insentra, a Symantec-certified partner, will be the first professional services provider to deliver GlassHouse's EVTools suite to resellers in Australia. 

"We've signed an agreement with GlassHouse where we'll be leveraging their tools and enabling our reseller partners to use this as a value-add," Insentra's managing director Ronnie Altit said. 

EVTools assists with PST email file elimination, asynchronous vault replication, restores, custom archive and backup solutions and migration and consolidation, claimed Insentra.

John Merryman, ANZ managing director at GlassHouse, said the company is entering the Australian and New Zealand market with a focus on virtual enterprise, desktop infrastructure and data centre consolidations/migrations.

Ex-Dimension Data employees launched Insentra three months ago. At the time Altit told CRN that it works with customers to "design and implement a project and provide project management". 

Symantec is one of Insentra's core vendor partners and it plans to focus its business on few core vendors and then several niche vendors such as GlassHouse. 

"We will continue to look for niche players that augment our partners capabilities," Altit said.

"We currently have 15 partners that we're engaged with and the partner landscape grows weekly for us.

"Three months tomorrow, on that basis we've added five partners a month," he said. 

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