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Perpetuuiti Expands Business To North America

by CIO AXIS

Perpetuuiti Technosoft announced its partnership with Cyber Innovation Labs (CIL), a premier provider of enterprise-class managed Infrastructure-as-a-Service solutions and professional services, in North America. CIL will deliver Perpetuuiti’s extensive business resiliency and service availability suite to the North American market.

According to an IT complexity expert and Object Watch founder, Roger Sessions, organizations in the United States lose $1.2 trillion from IT failures every year. The biggest pain points for the North American market are silent IT disasters which have drastic consequences on businesses. Perpetuuiti’s comprehensive end-to-end business continuity and disaster recovery planning includes in-depth plans and action points for silent disasters, thereby ensuring that businesses are protected from unexpected and expected risks.

“North America is a critical market for us. Through this collaboration, Perpetuuiti is hopeful to enable the organizations in North America to deal with the frequent silent disasters more effectively. We aim to accomplish our goal of helping our clients in providing uninterrupted services by ensuring business continuity in crisis situations, that may cause supply chain interruptions and loss of or damage to critical infrastructure” , said Rohil Sharma, co-founder and chief executive officer of Perpetuuiti Technosoft.

Perpetuuiti’s Business Impact Analysis (BIA) of all probable risks allows enterprises to plan for even the most unexpected disasters and therefore ensure minimum impact on systems, data and processes. Perpetuuiti’s solutions ensure business continuity and resiliency by providing real-time visibility into cascading effects and business impact of silent disasters.

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