PAV i.t's partnership with world-leaders Quest 

One way of ensuring our customers save time, and benefit from the best possible solutions to meet their ongoing IT data protection requirements, is through our collaboration with world-leading partners. Quest is one such partner. We have worked with Quest for many years and have extensive experience of delivering the innovative technologies and products the company is recognised for. So we were delighted to attend Quest's recent Partner Conference, on 8th November 2016 at the beautiful Beaumont Estate, Windsor, as part of the software company's relaunch.

Who is Quest?

Following the acquisition of the Dell Software Group by Francisco Partners and Elliot Management Corporation, Quest has been relaunched as an independent company, with a focus on the expansion of its IT and cloud management portfolio. 

For our customers, this means we will continue to benefit from the company's 30 year heritage in the industry as well as enjoying the advantages of investment into new technologies for the cloud era.

As Quest enters this new phase, moving from its old identity, the event offered an invaluable opportunity to hear first-hand about the changes from the leadership team and global Channel Executives. 

Our Managing Director, Jason Fry, was a guest at the key-note presentation by Pete Koliopoulos, Vice President, Global Software Channels & Alliances, which examined the business objectives behind the development, the long-term future of the business, and the exciting innovations ahead. 

A new chapter

The conference, organised for Quest's data protection partners, also included an update from Chris Miller, President, on Quest's New Channel Strategy and Program. 
Following the launch of a fresh new logo launched by Quest at the beginning of November representing their new independence and focus on innovation, the event demonstrated that the transition has been organised with a clear and consistent approach.
Commenting on Quest's exciting new future, our Managing Director, Jason Fry, commented:
 
"PAV i.t. are delighted to be continuing our partnership with Quest as their business enters a new chapter. We are excited about what the future holds and look forward to being part of the Quest community and supporting them in developing and delivering innovative solutions to customers across the UK."

How Quest and PAV i.t. can help you

Following significant changes in the market, affecting the focus of companies' business continuity and disaster recovery plans, it is crucial to ensure your portfolio of products can solve all the challenges these changes demand. 

Working in partnership with Quest, PAV i.t. continues to utilise the latest innovative technology to enable our customers to save time and stay one step ahead, meaning you can devote your precious resources to what is important to your business.

For more information about our partnership with Quest, and how we can help protect your business, fill in one of our enquiry forms or get in touch with us here.

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