Intronis, Inc. has announced that it earned the #39 spot on the fourth annual Talkin’ Cloud 100. According to the report, which names IBM, Amazon and Microsoft as the top three suppliers, this year’s list generated more than $23.4 billion in combined cloud services revenues in 2013, up nearly 44 percent from what they reported the previous year.
“As a cloud services pioneer, Intronis sees great opportunity unfolding as a growing number of businesses adopt cloud solutions to streamline and simplify business processes, stay competitive and drive innovation,” says Rick Faulk, CEO of Intronis. “Intronis remains steadfast in its commitment to sell exclusively through our MSP partners, and we are honored to be named by Talkin' Cloud as one of the top ranking CSPs in 2014.”
The Talkin’ Cloud 100 report is based on data from Talkin’ Cloud’s online survey, conducted from January through May 2014. The Talkin’ Cloud 100 report recognizes top cloud service providers based on metrics including annual cloud services revenue growth, both in actual dollars and in percentage growth rates.
“Penton and Talkin’ Cloud congratulate Intronis on earning a position among the top 100 cloud service providers,” said Charlene O’Hanlon, senior executive editor and executive managing editor of Talkin’ Cloud. “Companies featured in this year’s Talkin’ Cloud 100 are leading the way in the cloud space at a critical point in the maturation of the market.”
This article was originally posted “Intronis Named To The 2014 Talkin’ Cloud 100 List” from Cloud Strategy Magazine.