Crayon Partners with Array Networks to Launch the World’s First Ever ‘ADC on a Subscription’ Model

Posted by: at 10/05/2016 03:08:00 am


·         The Global SaaS market is estimated to grow from $49- billion in 2015 to $67 billion in 2018
·         The “Pay as you use” model introduces security that does not impact performance for the enterprises - reducing capex by opting for Opex model

Bangalore, October 5, 2016: The Crayon Software Experts, India has announced a strategic tie-up with Array Networks Inc., a global leader in application delivery networking, to offer Array’s Application Delivery Controllers (ADC) on a ‘pay as you use’ software subscription basis, in the Indian market. The ADC, which is first of its kind in the world, will facilitate the service providers to ramp up quickly and address the market effectively.


Crayon Partners with Array Networks to Launch the World’s First Ever ‘ADC on a Subscription’ Model


“With the global market set to grow at a rapid pace, the partnership with Array Networks is certainly happening at an exciting time.. Array has the product portfolio along with a flexible approach which is tuned to the market needs. They also have globally proven reliability with leading cloud providers, enterprises, and the public sector,” said Vikas Bhonsle, CEO, Crayon Software Experts India Pvt Ltd. “Complimenting Array’s technological know-how, Crayon has a vast channel network of service providers, system integrators and enterprise community who would greatly benefit from our offerings", he added.

With the projection of global SaaS market to grow from $49Billion in 2015 to $67Billion in 2018, the ‘pay as you use’ model will give access to a new market segment. This model will help the Indian cloud-based application service providers to get the best of both worlds. The model will provide stringent security that does not impact performance and will also provide cost-effective new alternatives for the enterprises looking for reducing capex by opting for Opex model.

“Array is known for providing innovative products and solutions as well as have unmatched prominence for next generation technology and Crayon has proven worldwide leadership in cloud and SAM domains. With this tie-up, we are looking to get wider market access and to expand our customer base,” said Shibu Paul, Regional Director (IN, GCC & SEA) at Array Networks. “With the ‘pay as you use’ model for ADCs, service providers can now offer differentiated services to enterprises and increase their margins", he added.

Array Networks is redefining the ADC value proposition for SaaS providers by providing a streamlined platform that is more scalable and adaptable to application requirements. Array’s SaaS-oriented ADCs eschew complex management and the distraction of irrelevant legacy.


About Crayon
Crayon is a trusted partner to Customers, offering Complete software lifecycle management services – through domain prowess, expert resources and World Class SAM practise. They are operating in 22 markets servicing over 7,000 direct customers and reach over 1Million Customers through their channel business.
As the global leader in software asset management (SAM), Cloud, Volume licensing, and associated consulting services, Crayon is a trusted advisor to many of the globe's leading organizations. Through their unique People and tools they help optimize client’s technology estates within the new hybrid cloud world.
Crayon has a Unique Cloud Acceleration Platform includes of
1.     Consulting and services DNA
2.     Unique SAM to cloud capabilities
3.     Dedicated cloud and channel - Specific focus on ISV
4.     Own IP and Cloud M&A
5.     Best Channel enablement platform: Cloud-iQ
About Array Networks
Array Networks is redefining the ADC value proposition for SaaS providers by providing a streamlined platform that is more scalable and adaptable to application requirements. Array’s SaaS-oriented ADCs eschew complex management and the distraction of irrelevant legacy
 


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