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Client Case Studies, Resources and Success Stories
For Bare Feet, Inc.
For Bare Feet, Inc. (FBF) is an Indiana based company with a global brand producing foot apparel for professional and college athletic brands and holiday novelties. In 2011 FBF experienced a setback when an air compressor caught fire, destroying their manufacturing facility. Determined to thrive, FBF forged ahead building a new facility with cloud backup ensuring secure, safe keeping of their data and designs as a top priority.
NOW Courier is a Midwest company providing vital delivery and logistics services to all sectors of the business world, from small local companies to large international corporations. The company’s rapid expansion supporting 600 plus drivers and an estimated 3 million or more deliveries per year exposed the need to improve their communication processes and IT infrastructure.
Sun Tan City
Polleo Systems stepped in to help Sun Tan City by designing and implementing a scalable virtual server environment that would grow with their rapidly expanding business. Adding additional capacity in the future became as easy as making a phone call. The cloud provided Sun Tan City infinite room to expand with no increase in capital cost.
Polleo knew the right solution was to move Foster Results’ servers and proprietary client accounting application to the cloud. The solution provided an infrastructure that consolidates IT assets and licenses, and reduces employee burden.
Fanimation was dealing with an inconsistent tape backup process, similar to a lot of businesses still employing that strategy for backup and recovery. The process was old and outdated, and put the company and its livelihood at risk.
Cloud computing should allow for quick and easy allocation of resources in an environment where overloading is never a concern as long as the system is managed properly. Unfortunately this was not what AddressTwo experienced. So they switched to Polleo Systems.
Moore Title & Escrow
Moore Title & Escrow never imagined their facility would be taken out by a tornado. Thankfully they were backed up virtually, and were able to safely retrieve their title research and conduct a closing two days after the storm. Aside from their physical space, everything was business as usual.