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BakBone Launches Channel Initiatives

BakBone's Channel Advantage Partner Program launches new initiatives that give partners more resources and rewards

SAN DIEGO -- BakBone Software (Pink Sheets:BKBO), the leading provider of heterogeneous integrated data protection solutions, continues to build its Channel Advantage Partner Program with new elements that help Channel Partners fully leverage BakBone’s product innovation and resources. The BakBone Channel Advantage Program’s new initiatives reflect BakBone’s ongoing commitment to be responsive and easy to engage. Channel Partners can now benefit from greater financial rewards, more streamlined communication, a redesigned partner portal, online certification classes, and a zero-risk proof-of-concept campaign that enables potential customers to test drive a full version of NetVault™: Backup before they buy it.

BakBone continues to expand its product portfolio and execute on its Integrated Data Protection strategy, and the new Channel Advantage Partner Program initiatives will help Channel Partners more easily bring these innovations to their customers. BakBone recently introduced full adoption of VMware technology and techniques; support for SharePoint; enhanced Oracle database protection and real-time data protection for Exchange, SQL and Windows file system data.

“We are committed to helping ensure that our Channel Partners can deliver the right solution for their customers’ needs in the most efficient manner and at the most competitive price,” said Mark Williams, vice president of North America Sales, BakBone. “We offer Channel Partners the unique opportunity to work with a company that doesn’t compete with them in the sales cycle and is easy to work with. BakBone is continually looking for ways to help Channel Partners increase their revenue and growth opportunities and create a better overall experience for them.”

BakBone Software Inc.

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