SADA Systems Rides Office 365, Google Apps to Cloud Growth
SADA Systems, a top 100 cloud services provider and integrator focused on Google Apps and Microsoft Office 365, is in hyper-growth mode. Accrued revenues have hit $20 million for 2012, up from $11.5 million in 2011, according to a SADA Systems blog.
For traditional VARs and MSPs, there are several key lessons from SADA’s story:
- Yes, cloud computing can drive revenues for channel partners.
- When it comes to the Google Apps vs Microsoft Office 365 war, you don’t have to bet everything on a single cloud productivity suite. SADA was one of the first 10 Google Apps Enterprise partners in the world. The company also is a Microsoft Partner holding a Gold Competency since 2003, and one of the first Microsoft Cloud Accelerate Partners worldwide.
SADA’s got a heck of a growth story — especially at a time when so many VARs and MSPs are still sorting out their cloud strategies.
But is SADA Systems profitable and generating healthy margins? Those are questions we hope to raise next time we speak with President and CEO Tony Safoian.