Cetrom Information Technology, Inc. (Cetrom), an industry-leading provider of custom cloud solutions that transform the way SMBs succeed, announces it reinvested over $1 million into the company with a primary focus on hardware upgrades. The move demonstrates Cetrom’s commitment to strategically addressing the cloud computing market by continuously offering clients the best technology available with optimum performance, reliability and stability. Additionally, the investment enables the company to realize forecasted growth in providing custom cloud solutions for accounting firms, trade associations, travel management companies, and legal and healthcare offices.
The capital will improve all aspects of the company, but its primary focus is the set up and implementation of powerful-capacity Storage Area Networks (SANs) and servers. The technology empowering SANs are particularly useful in backup processes, as well as connecting data networks across large geographic distances. These networks represent a thorough refresh of the cloud computing technology Cetrom delivers and will provide ample space for future upgrades and new clients. The move to the new networks and servers will be seamlessly completed over the next quarter, with no disruption to existing service.
Christopher Stark, president and CEO, Cetrom, said, “Cetrom does business one way – at the highest level. With our capital investment, we secure our position ahead of most providers in ensuring that our small- to medium-sized clients have access to leading-edge technology that is usually only afforded to Fortune 100 companies. Our clients cannot afford to have an interruption to their cloud computing services for any amount of time, no matter how brief. The redundancies, reliability and power of our system upgrades provide our clients with access to their data anytime, anywhere and with the dependability they have come to expect from Cetrom.”
Cetrom continuously makes investments in its technology, research and development, customer service, and certifications to ensure the highest quality services for its clients. The cloud services provider swapped out all of its firewalls just this year to address new security challenges and growth areas, and performed the action without disruption to current client services. It also completed the Service Organization Control (SOC 2) Type II certification in March and is in the final steps for Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) certification.