Fusion Wins $500,000 Contract to Provide Cloud Services for Major Industrial Company
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/22/16 -- Fusion (NASDAQ: FSNN), a leading provider of cloud services, today announced that it has been selected to provide a fully integrated suite of advanced cloud solutions to a leading Midwest company. The company has over one hundred years of experience developing industrial applications for business, with leading edge technology solutions that range from welding to robotics, and from gases and cryogenics to healthcare equipment and services. The three year agreement is expected to generate over $500,000 in revenue and converges cloud voice services with a managed cloud network solution connecting ten of the rapidly expanding enterprise's sites. The company cited Fusion's single source solution capability, with its built-in Disaster Recovery routing and backup, as a key reason for its selection.
"This long established and still growing company needed a solution that would simultaneously support its expansion while protecting its existing technology investments. With a long history of delivering the highest quality of service to its customers, the company was also looking for an integrated solution engineered to eliminate any points of failure and provide built-in disaster recovery in the event of natural or other disaster. Working in partnership with the company's IT team, we developed a customized hybrid cloud solution housed in a Fusion data center. We were pleased to be able to deliver the peace of mind that comes from a secure, reliable and scalable managed services solution that protects both facilities and network and the applications that ride on them," said Russell P. Markman, Fusion's President of Business Services.
The company, which places a high value on building trusting relationships with its own customers, was impressed by the professionalism, expertise and flexibility of Fusion's technical team. The IT Director cited Fusion's willingness to customize an integrated solution based on the company's very specific requirements as a major reason for its decision to replace an aging, costly network provided by the incumbent Tier 1 carrier with Fusion's advanced and fully integrated single source cloud solution.