NeoNova Network Services claims a relatively unique position among the many cloud integrators that are emerging to address the cloud computing migration and movement: The Research Triangle Park, North Carolina-based Google partner brokers cloud services and applications for more than 100 regional internet services providers (ISPs), in addition to hundreds of small businesses across the United States.
The company inked eight deals in the first quarter of 2013 alone, with the likes of Hart Telephone (Georgia), Perry Spencer (Indiana), KPU Telecommunications (Alaska), and PG Telecom (Arkansas). Last year, it took on 19 new ISPs.
NeoNova's flagship offering is NovaAdmin and a related App Portal that allows for ISPs to offer marketplaces where small and midsize businesses can buy and provision cloud applications and services. The company became a Google Apps Premier SMB Reseller in July 2012, and it handles both Google Apps and Google Apps for Business.
"Google Apps is a cornerstone of what it means to embrace the cloud, and we are pleased to be recognized as a Premier SMB Reseller, and look forward to continuing our work helping our customers take advantage of their innovation," said Ray Carey, NeoNova's CEO, when the relationship was announced.
As of late April, the company supports approximately 500,000 end users on behalf of ISP affiliates in 28 states.