Intermedia says it couldn39t have reached this milestone without its customers and partners

Intermedia says it couldn't have reached this milestone without its customers and partners.

Intermedia Surpasses One Million Paid Users

Intermedia has surpassed one million paid users on its Office in the cloud Suite. Here are the details.

Intermedia has recently celebrated a new milestone -- more than one million paid users on its cloud-based office suite.

Dubbed Office in the Cloud suite, the platform provides cloud applications and IT services for businesses, including mail, voice, file sync and share, single sign-on, protection, security and mobility. These services are  backed by Intermedia's support team.

The Mountain View, Calif.-based cloud IT services provider made the milestone announcement in a company blog post on Tuesday, written by Mitch Berenson, director of marketing, who explained the timing of the news.

"It’s only fitting we announce this milestone during National Small Business Week," he said. "Our Office in the Cloud solves the problem of 'cloud sprawl' -- which manifests as the challenges of integrating, securing, managing and making mobile the 10 plus cloud apps most small companies typically run."

The marketing director said the company's "users spread across 60,000 customers that range in size from 3 to 10,000 users per customer," noting that Intermedia is "highly profitable and all of our customers are paying customers."

Berenson concluded his post by thanking Intermedia's customers and delivering a message from the company's president, Michael Goldstein:

"Intermedia’s one-stop shop model eliminates the complexity that would otherwise overwhelm SMBs and the partners that serve them."

Intermedia rolled out integrations with QuickBooks and ConnectWise in April 2013, in an effort to link the three platforms for managed services providers (MSPs) and value-added resellers (VARs).

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