Vancouver, BC – May 4th, 2017 – MediaValet Inc. (TSX-V:MVP), a leading provider of cloud-based digital asset management software, and Long View Systems Corporation, one of North America’s leading systems integrators and managed service providers, today announced their partnership that will see Long View add MediaValet to their portfolio of industry leading cloud solutions.
With more and more organizations globally replacing legacy on-premises systems with cloud-based solutions like MediaValet that offer increased security, redundancy, scalability and faster deployment times, Long View has focused its entire organization on driving digital transformation throughout their global customer base of over 800 customers.
“From the outset, it was clear Long View possessed a large North American footprint and both a broad and deep understanding of their customers’ business and IT challenges,” commented Fraser Charles, Director of Strategic Partnerships at MediaValet. “As a result, Long View plays a pivotal role in the IT decision making process of many of North America’s most well-known brands and is helping them navigate a path to the cloud. This partnership is our first major step into the world of channel sales.”
MediaValet and Long View Systems are long standing Microsoft Gold partners. Since Microsoft Azure was officially launched in 2010, both companies have been committed to leveraging Microsoft’s innovative Azure cloud platform and related solutions.
“As a 1-Tier Microsoft Cloud Service Provider (CSP) we are focused on creating powerful business outcomes for our customers,” commented Kevin Crowe, Executive Vice President of Strategy at Long View. “Built exclusively on Microsoft Azure and integrated into Microsoft’s latest innovative products, MediaValet provides powerful outcomes to organizations of all sizes and verticals and is an ideal solution to recommend to our clients.”
This new partnership is getting the attention of Microsoft, who is strongly endorsing such integrated efforts within its global partner ecosystem.
“It’s fantastic to have two of our top cloud partners working together to grow their businesses by helping to drive digital transformation,” commented Mary-Ellen Anderson, Vice President Developer Experience and Evangelism, Microsoft Canada. “To see two award-winning, Microsoft Gold Partners leveraging the transformative nature of Microsoft Azure – and that of their own businesses - to drive impactful change across organizations is a perfect example of the tremendous opportunity that can be derived from Partner-to-Partner collaboration. We expect the partnership will compel both companies to even greater heights.”
About Long View Systems Corporation
Long View is one of the most powerful IT solutions and services companies in North America, with offices across the continent. With a clear focus on combining business and technology through Hybrid IT solutions, including cloud, IT infrastructure, managed services, and end user support, Long View is able to define and customize what the future of IT looks like for its clients. Innovative, flexible, cost-effective, and business focused . . . that’s Long View.
About MediaValet Inc.
MediaValet stands at the forefront of the cloud-based digital asset management industry. Built exclusively on Microsoft Azure and available on 38 highly secure and hyper scalable Azure data centers around the world, MediaValet is uniquely equipped to meet the digital asset management needs of any organization, no matter its size, its industry or its location. Cutting-edge technology, exceptional product design, and unlimited friendly customer service are at the core of MediaValet’s DNA – ensuring exceptional customer and user experiences are delivered at all times.
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