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Vizioncore cuddles up with VMware for joint solution selling

"VMware welcomes Vizioncore as part of the VMware Alliance Affiliate Initiative, which is aimed at helping increase partner profitability and joint solution selling," said Steve Houck, vice president of worldwide channels at VMware. "Vizioncore is a longstanding VMware partner and with a robust reseller program and valuable management solutions for the VMware platform, particularly in the areas of disaster recovery and business continuity strategies. Vizioncore's solutions are helping companies address these important issues affordably and reliably."

"This initiative is just one more validation of the impressive success and leadership role Vizioncore continues to build in the burgeoning virtualization market," said Mike Coffman, vice president of Corporate Development for Quest Software. "We recognize the bond and mutual vision that Vizioncore has developed with its reseller channel, which has not only generated accolades like this, but also driven impressive new levels of revenues and expansion for our virtualization business. We continue to look forward to great things from Vizioncore and its channel as the adoption of virtualization continues to grow in the coming years."



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