Garaj, Pakistan’s fastest growing local cloud service provider, recently launched the Garaj Partner League, the country’s first-ever partnership program aimed at building a vertically progressive partner ecosystem. The event attracted the presence of Garaj’s new and prospective cloud partners, IT Ministry officials and professionals from the wider technology industry.
Built to deliver a true cloud experience across industries, Garaj cloud platform is hosted in Pakistan’s largest rated 3 data center where security and customer accessibility are prioritized and solutions are tailored for the on-demand – and PAYG model of the customer. With its own self-service portal, Garaj enables customers to easily subscribe, automatically provision and change their subscriptions without the need for human intervention. The company currently operates two compliant and certified data centers in Lahore and Islamabad, with another data center set to open in Karachi by the end of this year.
Speaking on the occasion, Asif Aziz, Chief Business Officer at Jazz, said:
“Cloud computing has the potential to unleash significant economic growth and pave the way for Pakistan’s entry into the digital economy. Garaj’s cloud services not only keep local data in the country, boosting businesses and the economy, but also help transform Pakistan’s cloud computing landscape in line with national cloud policies.”
The Garaj Partner League serves as a platform to embark on this exciting journey, involving partners in three main categories: cloud service resellers, managed service providers, and co-innovators. By participating in the program, partners have the opportunity to scale their business, leverage their skills, build competencies and access various partner benefits such as promotional trips, discounts, training and more.
At the event, Garaj announced new partnerships with companies such as Red Hat and Fortinet, which will further enhance their cloud service offerings. In addition, prominent organizations such as Multilynx, Covalent, Inaara, Future Technologies and more from the local IT industry have joined the Garaj Partner League, marking the beginning of an exciting partnership.
In line with the National Cloud Policy of the Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication (MOITT), Garaj provides Pakistani enterprises with data sovereignty and compliance, low latency, improved performance, enhanced security and control, enhanced data governance, enhanced reliability and availability, and support for local economic growth . The platform also serves as an excellent alternative for companies looking to migrate their data to on-premises cloud networks.
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