Dedicated server and cloud hosting IaaS provider SingleHop will exhibit its white-label hosting solutions at CompTIA ChannelCon 2013, from July 29th to the 31st at the Peabody Hotel in Orlando, Florida.
SingleHop’s white-label capabilities will be demonstrated at the channel event by Mark Mercardo, the new VP of Channel Sales, and a team of channel and white labeling experts from Booth 504. Value-added resellers (VARs), direct market resellers (DMRs), system integrators (SIs), IT consultants, and others who may value a fully customizable front-end combined with SingleHop’s back-end capabilities, can meet the company’s team at the channel event to check out customer-specific branding options of the available reseller hosting solutions.
“Resellers and IT professionals need the ability to customize user experience and stamp products with their own branding,” said Mark Mercado, SingleHop’s VP of Channel Sales. “We give customers that white-labeling capability while still providing data center automation, brandable marketing collateral, and the award-winning LEAP3 control panel, all backed by dedicated 24/7 support teams.”
SingleHop was recently named to the CRN 500, an annual listing of the top IT providers in North America. Formerly known as the VAR 500, the list features the highest producing value-added resellers, integrators and solution providers in the IT channel based on earnings from hardware sales, software sales, and managed IT services.
The hosting provider was established in 2006 in Chicago and was named #25 on the Inc. 500 list for the fastest growing companies in America in 2011. With clients in 114 countries, three geographically dispersed U.S.-based data centers and a new facility in Amsterdam, Infrasrtucture as a Service provider SingleHop delivers dedicated, cloud, and managed services to more than 4,500 customers. The hosting company currently has 12,000+ servers online. SingleHop Co-founders Zak Boca and Dan Ushman were selected as finalists in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2013 program in the Midwest.