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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. (September 25, 2012) – NeoNova® Network Services, an industry leader in cloud-based services for regional telcos and authorized Premier reseller of Google Apps™ for Business and for ISPs, today announced it has entered into an agreement with Clarus Communications, a leading national telecommunications provider master agency. The new partnership will enable Clarus Communications and their sub-agents to sell NeoNova’s suite of Cloud Services, including  Google Apps for Business, Cloud Backup, Online Training, Cloud Hosting, and Cloud Storage solutions to their customers.

“The Cloud is going to be a core focus for our clients and partners going forward,” stated Chris Torbit, president of Clarus Communications.  “NeoNova is dedicated to helping our clients understand the power of the cloud as it relates to their individual business and bottom line.  Not only this, but they offer a complete and proven turnkey solution to help our clients make the transition to the cloud with customized migrations, dedicated training and 24×7 support for the Google Apps for Business platform.   As an SMB, this level of support and care is critical and in complete alignment with our customer-centric model as well.  They are a strategic partner who is dedicated to us and our clients as the cloud becomes a strategic asset to the SMB marketplace.”

With the execution of this new agreement, Clarus Communications becomes the first major vendor in St. Louis, Mo. to start delivering Google Apps for Business and cloud Services to SMBs through NeoNova.

“Cloud services help SMBs be more efficient,”  said Chris Benyo, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at NeoNova.  “NeoNova provides partners with a turnkey program and complete support so they can provide leading products to their customers with confidence.”

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