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XIOSS Celebrates Its First Five Years

XIOSS Celebrates Its First Five Years
December 3, 2013 8:57AM


XIOSS Celebrates Its First Five Years

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Las Vegas, NV, December 03, 2013 -- XIOSS, a business specializing in next generation IT data storage solutions, celebrates today its fifth year in business. Having crossed the chasm from start up to five year industry veteran, XIOSS celebrates both many past awards and an exciting future.

“Starting in a time of worldwide financial instability created an interesting set of headwinds and opportunities as most businesses grappled with managing their exponential growth of data while trying to lower their costs of data storage,” said Susie Galyardt, CEO and Founder of XIOSS. “Our Fortune 500 customer acquisition successes, awards, and continued growth is a tribute not only to our in-depth expertise in the data performance, management and storage industry but also to our strong XIOSS partner portfolio.”

XIOSS Customer Base Increases Significantly

Having been recognized as the number one fastest growing Technology Solution Provider in 2010-2011 and one of the fastest growing in 2011-2012 by CRN Magazine, XIOSS attributes its rapid growth from its addition of new customers in the ranks of the Fortune 500 and by its expanding services in existing client accounts as XIOSS becomes increasingly valuable to their operations.

“Organizations of all sizes understand the importance of leveraging their most valuable asset, their data. For many customers, their data center, data management and data storage strategies represents the most efficient and effective method for gaining visibility into customer interactions, inventory, competition and employees,” said Galyardt. “As a result, organizations are coming full circle and recognizing they have to invest in understanding the vast amounts of data accumulated and this starts with a sound, forward thinking data management and data storage plan.”

Customer growth was highly distributed with customers in Energy, Financial, Telecommunications, Retail, Internet, High Tech, Transportation, and Government sectors.

Award Winning

XIOSS has been a certified Women Business Enterprise since inception and a Women Owned Small Business certified since 2011. XIOSS was also recognized for their success by, the premier provider of IT channel-focused events, media, research, consulting, and sales and marketing services, UBM Channel. Susie Galyardt, was twice named to their list of “Most Powerful Women of the Channel.” XIOSS was recognized by CRN's second and third annual “Next-Gen 250” list.

“These awards are a great honor. We have been hard at work and the results speak for themselves,” said Galyardt. “As we head into our sixth year, we are excited to unveil our new product release of XIOSS IQ, maintain a strong relationship with our outstanding partners, grow our customer base and continue to foster our relationships with our existing clients by understanding their needs, environments and goals while providing them with cost effective solutions without compromising quality. We foresee our growth in 2014 to exceed our 2013 results.” (continued...)

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