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FORTRUST Partners with The Spitfire Group to Enhance Their Preferred Provider Program

Aug 21 2013, 9:42am CDT | by PR.com

Denver, CO, August 21, 2013 --(PR.com)-- FORTRUST, the Rocky Mountain Region’s premier data center and colocation services provider, today announced that they have enhanced their Preferred Provider Program (P3) with the addition of The Spitfire Group into their ecosystem of managed service providers. FORTRUST’s P3 is an extensive network of managed service providers that FORTRUST provides access to for their customers. Each member in the P3 network is required to complete an application process to ensure their level of professionalism and services are in line with FORTRUST’s service delivery model.

The Spitfire Group is a professional services consulting firm, focused in the area of software management, strategy and development. Their service offering aligns nicely with the needs of FORTRUST customers seeking long term strategic solutions. Mark Richtermeyer states, “Spitfire is pleased to partner with firms that share our values for excellence and FORTRUST has shown that they are focused on ensuring their customers have the very best in service.”

Rob McClary, Senior Vice President and General Manager of FORTRUST commented on the newest addition to their P3 network, “Our ecosystem of partners is crucial in enabling us to provide the most comprehensive solutions for our customers. We are very strategic with our partnerships and found The Spitfire Group to be a great fit based on their core values and commitment to excellence, which FORTRUST customers have come to expect.”

About FORTRUST

FORTRUST is a premier high availability data center service provider in North America offering services in Denver, Colorado; Phoenix, Arizona; and Edison, New Jersey. FORTRUST offers agile, reliable, sustainable and secure raised floor or modular data center capacity for any-size enterprise supported by optimal power infrastructure and connectivity to safeguard mission-critical business services. Leading companies choose FORTRUST to gain a trusted partner who will preserve and protect their IT infrastructure as well as serve as an essential extension of their operations. More information is available by visiting www.FORTRUSTdatacenter.com.

About Spitfire Group

The Spitfire Group is a professional services consulting firm, focused in the area of software management, strategy & development. Our core practice areas are in strategy solutions, content management systems & custom development. The Spitfire team consists of Sr. level experienced & knowledgeable people that provide long term solutions for our clients through our proven successful methodologies. For more information visit: www.spitfiregroup.com

Kara Miller
Director of Marketing
FORTRUST
303.607.6045 office
kmiller@fortrustllc.com

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