Neverfail Releases Virtual Environment for Real-Time Demos of Product Line

At Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference earlier this month, Austin, Texas-based Neverfail Group announced the introduction of a virtual environment that allows Neverfail partners to present live, on-demand demonstrations of the company’s product line to potential customers over the Internet.

The company offers software solutions for data protection, high availability and disaster recovery for the Microsoft platform.

The new capability will let partners create and deliver standard, full-featured or customized demos that can be shown to customers from anywhere, at any time, the company said.

According to Neverfail Group CEO Neil Robertson, the company believes it will help improve sales productivity and accelerate partners' sales cycles. In addition, the company is hoping it will cut down the time and cost for each partner in delivering and maintaining their own demo hardware and infrastructure.

Another time saver should be the availability of online interactive training and certification; partners can use these resources to learn the benefits of Neverfail's product line.

Neverfail Group achieved Microsoft Gold Certified Partner status with ISV/Software Solutions and Networking Infrastructure Solutions competencies this month.

Go here for details about Neverfail’s product line and partner program.

About the Author

Wendy Hernandez is group managing editor for the 1105 Enterprise Computing Group.


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