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Virtual Bridges Completes Strong Q2 as Demand for DaaS Private Clouds Heats Up

Virtual Bridges, Inc. today announced results from Q2 2013, showcasing strong demand for the company’s desktop-as-a-service private cloud solution. Revenues increased 94 percent quarter over quarter, driven by sizeable wins in key verticals and through partner channels.

“Around the world, companies are facing device management and security challenges due to BYOD and have quickly realized that lock-down options such as mobile device management (MDM) by themselves aren’t mitigating all the issues,” said Sam Cece, CEO of Virtual Bridges. “Our DaaS private cloud solution is one of the most secure and user-friendly consumerization experiences that IT can provide regardless of device platform. Our results this quarter prove Virtual Bridges is on the right path, and I’m confident we will continue to expand on this success.”

Q2 highlights include:

  • Strong Sales – Virtual Bridges saw significant growth in sales across new business and existing customer accounts, including strong traction in K-12 and higher education, and among government organizations worldwide. The company continued to expand its sales organization to support current demand and future growth, naming Mike LaPeters as vice president of worldwide sales, and Chris McManus as London-based sales director leading EMEA expansion.
  • Channel Expansion – Virtual Bridges extended its global reach into new enterprise markets with key partners including Computer Union (Thailand), IT Hardware (U.S.), KIS (U.S.) and Komplex IT (Denmark). Partners quickly ramped up on the technology and closed revenue inside the quarter.
  • Corporate and Product Development – Virtual Bridges expanded its leadership team, advancing the company’s corporate strategy and product development initiatives. Key additions include Jon Senger as chief strategy officer, Bradley Sanford as vice president of corporate development and strategic alliances, and Todd Middlebrook as vice president of product management. The company also named Cole Crawford to its advisory board.
  • Customer Support – Virtual Bridges grew its professional services offerings and enhanced its customer support system with a newly-created knowledge base and online customer support system. Jack Angelo joined the company as vice president of worldwide services to lead these efforts.
  • Industry Involvement and Accolades – Virtual Bridges continued to rack up industry accolades including recognition on CRN’s Virtualization 50. The company also announced support for OpenStack as a contributor of code, and delivered presentations at Computerworld SNW Spring and Texas Linux Fest.

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Published Tuesday, July 30, 2013 6:51 PM by David Marshall
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