Connectria Announces New Partnership with Spinnaker Support

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partnership with Spinnaker Support, a leading provider of SAP and Oracle third-party support.

Connectria provides cloud hosting and production-ready solutions for the cloud including Windows, Linux, IBM i, IBM AIX, Office 365, clouds running VMware or Hyper-V, HIPAA-compliant cloud solutions, and managed public AWS and Azure clouds.

Spinnaker Support is a leading provider of support and maintenance for SAP/Oracle alongside application managed services, technology managed services, and consulting services. The company is one of the leading global providers of support for SAP/Oracle and helps customers save money on their annual maintenance fees.

The two companies formed a new strategic partnership to cater to the growing number of organizations that are migrating their on-premise applications to the cloud.

“Our services enable cloud migration by providing savings that can fund cloud initiatives, more time to choose the best migration strategy, and software support skillsets required today while organizations re-tool their staffs for tomorrow,” said Kurt Moydell, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Spinnaker Support. “Connectria is helping deliver the cloud strategies that we enable thus our partnership is well-aligned.”

Since Spinnaker Support now provides support services for Oracle/SAP to more than 1,000 companies around the globe, the firm is well positioned to introduce Connectria to customers running SAP/Oracle on-premise that are looking to migrate to the cloud. Connectria, as a leading provider of managed cloud services and cloud hosting, can introduce its SAP/Oracle clients to Spinnaker Support to help them save money.

The partnership does cover a range of cloud platforms, but initially the focus will be on IBM I customers, since they make up the bulk of Spinnaker Support’s customer base and Connectria dominates the IBM i market.

Author: Steve Alder has many years of experience as a journalist, and comes from a background in market research. He is a specialist on legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA. Steve holds a B.Sc. from the University of Liverpool.

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