June 2, 2016
Superior customer support and “to the second” data recovery driving forces behind customer acquisition and retention
San Francisco, CALIF. — June 2, 2016 — Reduxio today announced record growth across all aspects of its business, including a 200 percent increase in new customers, a new headquarters location, four new sales offices, a significant number of value-added resellers (VARs) and key hires in the executive and sales teams. This growth reflects the adoption it’s experiencing by mid-market companies across a range of industries, including technology, manufacturing, education, research and public service, for its enterprise storage system that removes typical cost barriers with a simple-to-manage hybrid-flash system.
“When we started Reduxio, we started with a clean sheet of paper to deliver what today’s enterprise customers required from their storage systems”, said Mark Weiner, CEO and co-founder of Reduxio. “Our new architecture eliminates many of the frustrations and productivity traps that users of legacy systems have settled for. In a very short period of time, we have seen enthusiastic validation and adoption of our solution across a wide range of industries and companies. One hundred percent of our customers are reference-able, which is unheard of for an early stage IT infrastructure company. ”
Since unveiling its HX550 at VMworld 2015, Reduxio’s been busy working with mid-market companies in industries such as financial management (Scale Venture Partners); technology (Catbird, Array Networks and Hightail); education (Eldorado County Education Office of Education); research (La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology); public service (California Public Utilities Commission); and manufacturing (Nissin Foods and Ventura Coastal).
“The technology – particularly the speed – and the level of service from Reduxio has been incredible,” said Shane Thorson, principal architect at Catbird. “For example, one weekend our cooling had gone out and none of our other alarms had gone off, and the Reduxio guys called us on the phone and said ‘you might want to check your system as the heat in the box is starting to rise very rapidly.’ The support has been fantastic.”
In addition to new customers, Reduxio also expanded its presence in the U.S. and internationally with new sales team offices and hires, including a new headquarters in San Francisco. Expanding its strong leadership team, in March Reduxio announced the hire of successful startup veteran Mike Grandinetti as chief marketing and corporate strategy officer, based in the new Boston office.
Other recently opened new offices and key hires include:
Reduxio also began working with 15 new VAR’s in since January 2016 in regions around the world. These include in the U.S.: Groupware, Adaptive Integration, Business Technology Architects, StreamNetworks and Axcelerate Networks; Israel: Consist and Meprolight; and Netherlands: Storedata, IT Force, Poland and V-Wave, Switzerland.
To learn more about Reduxio and to request a demo, click here: http://innovate.reduxio.com/get-demo
Reduxio’s groundbreaking technology liberates companies’ data no matter where it lives – on disk, SDD or flash. The company’s enterprise hybrid storage array gives customers the freedom to do with their data what they need to do, when they need to, safely, reliably and with blinding speed. Reduxio delivers all-flash performance at the cost of disk-based systems, providing the first-ever built-in data protection that allows to-the-second recovery without upfront administration. Reduxio is backed by Seagate Technology PLC (NASDAQ: STX), a world leader in storage solutions, Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP), Carmel Ventures and Intel. Learn more at www.Reduxio.com and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.