Gold Partner is the highest designation provided by Intermedia
Aug. 13, 2013 - ST. LOUIS -- ST. LOUIS, MO – ThrottleNet, Inc, announces it has achieved Gold Partner status with Intermedia, the premier provider of cloud services to small and medium-sized businesses. The Gold Partner is the highest certification provided by Intermedia. Firms such as ThrottleNet must meet high standards of performance to qualify for the designation.
“ThrottleNet is one of the few firms in the nation to achieve this high level of status with Intermedia,” said Mike Heil, ThrottleNet’s CEO. “It is an indication of our commitment to the cloud and exemplifies our experience, expertise, and success in transitioning businesses to cloud technology.”
ThrottleNet offers its customers a variety of Intermedia cloud services such as Microsoft Hosted Exchange, Cloud Server, Hosted PBX, Lync file sharing, syncing, backup, search and other cloud hosted services.
Founded in 1995, Intermedia was the first company to offer business-class cloud email and now has 600,000 premium hosted Exchange mailboxes under management — more than any other provider.
ThrottleNet, Inc. was founded in 1999 by George Rosenthal, President, Michael Heil, CEO, and Marc Arbesman, CIO. The firm has offices in St. Louis and Salem (Boston) MA and has grown to serve over 300 clients. ThrottleNet has won multiple awards, received recognition as a Top 20 IT Firm by Small Business Monthly, and named one of the Largest Information Technology Consulting Firms by the St. Louis Business Journal, among other accolades. ThrottleNet Inc. offers an array of technology services and products to help business owners achieve their corporate goals and accelerate business growth. These include cloud computing, custom software and mobile application development, and outsourced Managed Network Services which helps companies improve their technology uptime and IT capabilities while, at the same time, reduces costs. To learn how to accelerate your IT visit ThrottleNet online at http://www.throttlenet.com.