Pune, July 1, 2014: Singapore headquartered and Indian talkent fuelled disaster recovery specialist Perpetuuiti TechnoSoft, has expanded its nodal R&D lab in Pune. The new 2000 sq.m faciility in Viman Nagar, Pune, will help Perpetuuiti in incubating and developing Business Continuity Management (BCM) and Disaster Recovery (DR) products.
The lab will enable the company to invent, test, and scale the most promising and cost effective BCM & DR solutions. Perpetuuiti has invested US$ 1 million in the R&D centre and is expecting to generate business value worth US$ 15 million in the future.
Of the products which are in pipeline, the first release is scheduled for ‘Continuity Patrol Version 4.0’ or CP 4.0, is more than just a DRM. It enables Enterprise Visibility for Service Availability Management through Monitoring, Management and Orchestration. CP 4.0 launch will be followed by another innovation release which shall offer state-of-the-cost-effective solution based on Shared Nothing Architecture to the enterprises. This will enable customers to have anywhere, anytime consistent copies of data which can be used for hassle-free technology refresh or quick roll back in less than a second.
Say Rohil Sharma, CEO, Perpetuuiti: “In the fast-moving technology space, it is imperative to keep innovating and remain nimble to adapt to new business and technological changes across the world. We believe R&D will help us in innovating new products and solutions for the BCM/ IT industry so that we continue to be Innovation Leaders and have competitive edge. The expanded R&D lab in Pune will give a major boost to our innovation and product development capabilities, which will in turn help us to be the Preferred Partner of Choice.”
Among top players: Perpetuuiti was recently named one of the top players amongst mid-market and SMB cloud service providers in APAC as per Fox’s global research. The report mentions that Perpetuuiti Technosoft started to offer cloud disaster recovery since 2011 to enterprise customers. The report analyzed how Disaster Recovery on cloud looks positive in terms of future prospects, but lack of knowledge is an area which poses a hurdle for companies to convince its customers to implement it. IT managers need to be educated properly and the Business Continuity (BC)/Disaster Recovery (DR) organizations are expected to play a major role in order to fulfill that need.