Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Neuways achieves Blue Partner Status with Datto

Derby-based Neuways has been recognised as one of the top 5% of global partners by Datto, the provider of IT business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) solutions.

Neuways has achieved Blue status as a result of a continued commitment to delivering BCDR solutions to their customers.

This comes off the back of Neuways’ Datto Unified Continuity Partner of the Year (UK and Ireland) award in November 2018.

This means that Neuways, a local IT business with clients across the world, is now one of the leading providers of IT BCDR solutions in the country.

Rob Rae, Vice President, Datto, said: “We are thrilled to recognise Neuways as a Blue Partner. We are committed to providing Neuways with the necessary capabilities to develop deep relationships with their customers and keep growing their brands and businesses. We look forward to more success from Neuways as we continue to roll out new partner services.”

Following on from 2017’s move into a brand new £1.2 million site in Chellaston, Neuways has increased its head count by 50% in the past two years and continues to expand.

Martin Roberts, Managing Director, Neuways, said: “We are delighted to be recognised as a Datto Blue partner so soon after they awarded us with their Unified Continuity Partner of The Year at their annual conference in Barcelona. Working with Datto allows us to provide our customers with world class, industry-leading backup and business continuity solutions giving them, and us, peace of mind and the confidence to focus on what our customers do best.”

This accreditation acknowledges Neuways’ growth to date and allows the business to focus on continuing to keep UK businesses safe from an ever-increasing cyber threat landscape.

Neuways expects turnover to double in the next couple of years.

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