Dropsuite offers data protection through its Dropmysite platform. Crazy Domains will integrate the service to allow customers to schedule backups automatically, monitor the performance of their websites and recover data when it gets corrupted or lost.
With the partnership, Crazy Domains will be able to offer backup solutions services to its 1.5 million customer database of small and medium businesses.
Crazy Domains offers domain hosting, web hosting, email, SEO and online marketing services. As a trusted online provider, the company has a 34% market share of all new .au registrations. Crazy Domains is now focusing on a variety of growth initiatives both within existing markets and its newly launched Asian presence.
Crazy Domains’ COO Gavin Gibson said that Dropmysite is like an insurance policy because of the automation of updates, which means that customers don’t have to remember to back up.
Gibson added, “The partnership between Crazy Domains and Dropsuite is just another step in our aim to deliver disruptive, much-needed cloud based services to small and medium-sized customers throughout the EMEA region — making it easier for people to succeed online.”
Dropsuite is known for partnering with a network of preferred resellers that are capable of reaching millions of subscribers. Crazy Domains will be naming the product Website Backup and offer the service to help customers safeguard their sites in a more efficient way.
Crazy Domains maintains backups within its own system for the security of customers. However, Website Backup will allow customers to take more control through an intuitive hosting console. This saves them from having to pick up the phone to get help and guidance, although the company’s professional technical support is always available for assistance.
Ridley Ruth, COO of Dropsuite, said about the partnership: “Hardest impacted by website data loss are small and mid-sized business – which is why we’re excited about partnering with Crazy Domains. Their extensive and growing customer base of SMBs means more businesses will have the opportunity of protecting their data.”
The partnership comes following Crazy Domains’ parent company Dreamscape Networks’ listing as a public company on the Australian Securities Exchange, which went live on 7 December.
As the company moves into Asia, the focus will be on the five growing English-speaking countries: Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.
Learn more about Crazy Domains and its host of simple, efficient and innovative online solutions at www.crazydomains.com.au