Channel Partners Conference & Expo, the gathering place for technology services community has chosen two subject-matter experts from Business Continuity Technologies to present at its upcoming conference, April 10-13, at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. This year thousands of agents, VARs, MSPs, integrators and service providers converge to share ideas and drive discussion on the topics shaping our industry. This will be the 20th Anniversary of Channel Partners and over 5,500 industry peers will be in attendance.
Rory Jackson, Senior network Engineer with BCT will present-“From Learning to Earning: How Partner’s can Profit From Education Reform”. Specializing in a vertical industry can help partners distinguish themselves from their competitors and become the go-to business for their customers. For partners, the push for education reform that includes the use of technology in the classroom is opening doors for new business.
For over 10 years BCT has been specializing in the educational vertical, with particular emphasis in the rural Nevada county school districts, transforming the learning process from the analog age to the digital age. BCT was quoted in the Wall Street Journal as helping to revolutionize education in the North American Channel.
Lester Keizer, CEO of Business Continuity will present on Disaster Recovery-as-a Service (DRaasS). Gartner says the disaster recovery-as-a-service market will grow from less then $1.7 billion this year to more than $11.1 billion by 2021. That’s about a 46 percent compound annual growth rage (CAGR), and it’s all monthly recurring revenue. If your DRaaS numbers aren’t growing by double digits, you’re dong something wrong. In 2007, BCT was one of the first technology resellers in the Las Vegas area to sell DRaaS) to its clients. This business evolved into the creation of a new company called XiloCore, which was recently sold to a publically traded international company.
“I am honored to have 2 subject-matter experts, present at the upcoming Channel Partner Conference & Expo. It is a testimony to the professionalism and expertise of our team members”, said Earle Keizer, President and COO of Business Continuity Technologies.
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