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US Dataworks pushes Dell cloud

22 January 2013  |  1228 views  |  0 Source: US Dataworks

US Dataworks (OTC Bulletin Board:UDWK), a leader in cloud payment processing solutions, today announced it has joined Dell's PartnerDirect program to use Dell cloud services to power its Clearingworks® enterprise-class payment processing solution.

As a Registered Dell Partner specializing in cloud services, US Dataworks can now deliver the full suite of solutions and services that enable them to build, access and integrate Dell cloud into their customers' businesses. They also gain additional expertise in key enterprise products and solutions, including servers, storage, virtualization, computing flexibility and energy efficiency.

This service is enterprise-class Infrastructure-as-a-Service hosted in a secure Dell data center. As one part of Dell's secure enterprise-class cloud portfolio, it provides the software, hardware and services to become an extension of a company's data center environment.

PartnerDirect, administered by the Dell Global Commercial Channel Group led by Greg Davis, is designed to provide companies like US Dataworks with the opportunity to utilize Dell's enterprise expertise while also helping Dell to evolve its culture. Built on three main tenets of simplifying IT, less complexity, and the advantages offered by the Dell business model, PartnerDirect is expected to create a lasting and mutually beneficial relationship between Dell and US Dataworks.

Marc Palombo, Senior Vice President of Sales for US Dataworks, stated, "We believe that the key to our success is through selectively developing like-minded partners who are focused on growing revenues in the cloud payments processing space. Clearingworks cloud lockbox and remittance processing solutions are the perfect fit for the Dell cloud infrastructure. Our goal is to make payments simple and the Dell cloud offering is a strategic fit for businesses, financial institutions and state government agencies looking to replace their aging payments infrastructure."

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