(Gawkwire) – As Cloud Computing is gaining ground amongst small and medium-sized businesses, IT providers are looking to change their business model from a traditional IT provider to a Cloud service provider. The transition from maintaining and upgrading a client’s onsite equipment to delivering enterprise technology from datacenters is proving to be challenging for many Managed Service Providers (MSPs). The cost and expertise needed to build and deploy a business Cloud solution is overwhelming for most MSPs, yet reselling a large scale Cloud product leaves little room for profit and does not truly address the needs of the client.

LevelCloud has taken the lead in delivering turnkey dedicated Cloud computing to the small/medium business market. Building Cloud infrastructure for each of its clients and delivering the entire network; including e-mail, SaaS applications, legacy applications, and data from secure and highly-available tier 4 datacenters. “We are able to deliver our customers’ entire network securely, reliably, and cost effectively, through a centralized platform we call the WebTop”, says LevelCloud CEO, Biren Shukla. “It is accessible from almost any browser, any device, and anytime our clients need their network. Our clients understand the importance of information technology but do not want to deal with all of the management, upgrades, and refresh cycles necessary to run their onsite operations”.

With the demand for Cloud Computing growing, and the realization from the SMB market that Cloud is real and not just hype, LevelCloud will be officially launching its partner program this weekend at the SMB Nation Fall Conference in Las Vegas. “Our vision is to create a network of reputable IT providers that can deliver the LevelCloud solution to their clients throughout the globe,” said LevelCloud Sales Director, Adrian Francoz. “As a Cloud service provider, we understand what it takes to build, deliver, and manage a complete hosted network that our customers depend on every day. In a time where MSPs are trying to adapt to the changing IT landscape, we want to select partners that are driven to deliver the best Cloud solution to their clients and profit from this growing market.”

The technical experience, brand recognition, and existing customer base makes the LevelCloud partner program attractive to MSPs who want to become a Cloud service provider without having to invest in building an infrastructure grid or managing the complex back-end systems. “My engineering team’s experience in application virtualization, infrastructure grid management, and network migrations will prove to be a huge relief for MSPs looking to get into the Cloud business”, says Chief Technology Officer, Olivier Matime. “My goal is to provide partners with all of the technical training they need to deliver the user experience our clients demand, yet leverage the support from our internal team to assist in client migrations, application testing and other more complicated tasks that MSPs do not want to be bogged down with.” Resellers will be able to bill clients directly, provide user support, and maintain the client relationship directly.

Be sure to stop by the LevelCloud booth if you are attending the SMB Nation Fall Conference in Las Vegas, Sept 30 through Oct 1. Please visit the LevelCloud website for more information on the new partner reseller programs.

LevelCloud provides small/medium businesses with a turnkey Cloud computing solution that replaces the traditional onsite network. The entire business network (e-mail, apps, data) are delivered through a centralized platform powered by dedicated resources in state-of-the-art datacenters. LevelCloud enables organizations to free themselves from the traditional constraints of IT, and empower their staff to work anytime, anywhere, on any device through a collaborative platform.

For more information, please visit: http://www.levelcloud.net/

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