Green Cloud Technologies (Green Cloud), a cloud solutions technology provider, was included in CRN’s 2018 Next-Gen 250 list of top companies who embrace emerging technologies and are setting the pace for the rest of the industry.
CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, annually chooses top companies that have shown the ability to meet their customers’ ever-changing IT needs in leading-edge technologies such as cloud computing, IoT, virtualization, mobility, business analytics, and business intelligence.
“These innovative solution providers have adapted to a rapidly-evolving marketplace and learned to leverage new technology as a competitive advantage,” said Bob Skelley, CEO of The Channel Company. “Our 2018 Next-Gen 250 list is comprised of forward-thinking companies who deliver solutions designed to meet an unprecedented set of customer needs. We congratulate each team on its vision and influence in the overall progression of the IT channel.”
Green Cloud was founded in 2011 by IT, telecom, and communications veterans who created a successful business model completely focused on building partner networks and providing customers with world-class servers, backup, and recovery solutions. Today, Green Cloud is one of the largest independent channel-only cloud IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) providers in the country with an expansive suite of Cisco Powered, cloud-based products, services, and support that are scalable to applications of any size—from SMBs to enterprise-class organizations.
“Green Cloud is dedicated to helping channel partners embrace the cloud so they can flourish and evolve their business with long-term recurring cloud revenue,” said Charles L. Houser, co-founder and executive VP of sales and marketing for Green Cloud. “We are pleased to be recognized with so many successful companies that are taking risks and creating new services and technologies to meet their customers’ ever-changing IT needs.”
A sampling of the Next-Gen 250 list will be featured in the December issue of CRN, and the complete list will be available online at www.crn.com/nextgen250.
Sourced from Greenville Business Magazine author Kathleen Maris.