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Stemp Wins Datto Partner Rockstar Award for Q4 2013
Stemp Wins Datto Partner Rockstar Award for Q4 2013

 
March 25, 2014 9:00AM
Stemp Systems Group, a New York City Based IT Services Provider, Wins Datto Partner Rockstar Award for Q4 2013
 



Long Island City, NY, March 24, 2014 -- Stemp Systems Group is proud to be honored with the Datto Partner Revenue Rockstar Award by Datto, a leading global vendor of backup, disaster recovery and business continuity solutions. Stemp Systems is an IT support and consulting firm which provides a broad range of IT services to clients across the New York Tri-State area.

Morris Stemp, Stemp Systems CEO, says he is thrilled to be honored with this award. “Most, actually all, Stemp Systems’ clients cannot afford extended (or any) downtime. We recommend that they use Stemp’s Total Server Protection (TSP) backup technology powered by Datto, which backs up the server operating system and all data. In addition to continuous monitoring of the backup systems, Stemp’s technical staff also perform test restores of our clients’ backups every month to ensure that the data can be restored in the event of a disaster. While no one can predict when and where disasters will happen, proper preparation and Stemp Systems’ all-encompassing IT support can minimize the resulting disruption to our clients’ businesses.”

Stemp Systems earned the Revenue Rockstar award for its exemplary achievements met in the fourth quarter of 2013 to help their clients plan for potential disaster affecting their IT. According to Mr. Stemp, Stemp Systems has implemented close to 50 TSP backup appliances with over 200 terabytes of backup capacity since Stemp became a Datto partner. Stemp Systems was the Datto partner to excel with the highest total sales in Q4 2013. Stemp Systems will also be recognized for its Q4 achievements by receiving one free pass to the annual disaster planning educational Datto Partner Conference in Las Vegas.

“It’s a true pleasure for us to celebrate the success of our Partners,” stated Rob Rae, Datto VP of Business Development. The Rockstar Awards were created for that very reason and Stemp Systems is well-deserving of this distinction.”

The Datto Partner Rockstar Award program was developed to showcase the outstanding progress and growth of Datto partners. The awards aim to inspire continued business growth and increased revenue.

For information about Datto, visit www.dattobackup.com.

About Stemp Systems

Stemp Systems Group is a passionate team of technical wizards who have been taming technology since 1986. Today, almost 100 medical practices and community health centers, law firms, real estate development organizations, construction companies, and growing businesses trust Stemp as their outsourced IT management and support experts because they're a dedicated business partner who's deeply committed to exceeding expectations. They have the rigor to do things right through exacting standards and leadership-style thinking, and do it all with honesty, integrity and transparency.

More information about Stemp Systems Group can be found at www.stempsystems.com, 718-784-7376 or wisdom@stempsystems.com.
 

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