Redstor

Redstor

posted in Redstor ● 31 Jan 2012

We’re pleased to announce that Redstor were selected for the inaugural Little British Battlers event hosted by TechMarketView.Redstor were one of twelve ‘small but perfectly formed’ UK-owned software and IT services companies selected by the TechMarketView team.Paul Evans and Tony Ruane were given the opportunity to present their wares to the TechMarketView team last week.For more information, please visit: https://www.techmarketview.com/ukhotviews/archive/little-british-battlers-battling-and-winning-4Here’s an extract of some of the comments from TechMarketView:“The impressive thing about Reading-based Redstor is the way it has continued to shift its business model to respond to market disruption. It’s the sort of flexibility that many a larger infrastructure services player would struggle to deliver. Founded by lifelong friends Paul Evans and Tony Ruane in 1998, the company originally made its money from integration and reselling. But recent years have seen it shift decisively cloudwards, to the extent that it is now putting all its chips on the cloud-based storage and back-up opportunity. We agree with Evans and Duane that there is plenty of growth to come in their target market. We also think its wholesale-only strategy gives it one way of protecting itself from the arrival of bigger brands and deeper pockets in that market.”
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