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RackNap announces Cloud Business Email and Domain integration with OpenSRS

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RackNap a fast-growing Cloud Services Delivery and Business Automation platform provider, announced in WHD.India the complete integration of the cloud business email and domain offerings from OpenSRS (a leading provider of go-to-platform to manage domain names, email addresses, security products and more) with its platform.

Service providers can use RackNap to offer these services via a unified marketplace, automatically provision and bill the end customer directly. Built with cloud technology, the email solution from OpenSRS gives anytime-anywhere and secure access to emails, contacts and calendars from any device. Protection against spam further helps the users to get a filtered mail-box free from any unrequired mails.

Sabarinathan Sampath, SVP at RackNap added, “The Service provider community has long been wanting to offer a robust cloud-based email solution to its customer base. They now have enterprise grade email from OpenSRS which can be provisioned and billed in a seamless way via RackNap.

OpenSRS also supports multiple languages ranging from English, Spanish, Dutch, French, Italian, Brazilian and Danish to Norwegian and Portuguese. The solution comes on state-of-the-art cloud infrastructure with 99.99% uptime SLA guarantee, complete 24X7 management, virtual mailboxes and easy installation. RackNap proposes to integrate SSL certificate offerings too from OpenSRS as a part of the next phase of integration.

Sanjeev Sharma, Head of Sales (Asia) at OpenSRS commented “The range of product offerings from OpenSRS can now reach a wider set of Cloud Solution providers, Telcos via the RackNap platform with this integration. RackNap is rapidly establishing a foothold in different markets with this ERP-type Cloud Services Delivery and Business Automation Platform and Service providers can benefit from this integration.

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