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Savvis Launches Online Customer Business Exchange

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Savvis, a CenturyLink (CTL) company, introduced Savvis ClientConnect, an online gateway for businesses to generate new revenue opportunities by connecting with other businesses housed in Savvis data centers. Savvis operates data centers across the United States, Europe, Canada and Asia.

ClientConnect is designed to help customers discover interconnectivity possibilities within their industry by making it easier for them to locate, connect and share services with other businesses residing within Savvis data centers around the world. It also provides the opportunity for service providers within Savvis’ network to market themselves to other Savvis customers.

“Whether you’re a retailer looking for e-commerce services or a trading firm looking for low latency access to financial exchanges, Savvis ClientConnect gives you visibility into the players that can help accelerate your business growth,” said Drew Leonard, vice president, colocation product management at Savvis.  “Clients that opt in to this service can save time and money connecting with a variety of diverse businesses and carriers found within our global data center network.”

The ClientConnect tool features an intuitive search function, client profile pages, rapid client-to-client cross-connect provisioning, visibility into interconnectivity opportunities with hundreds of Savvis colocation and managed services clients, and contact information to discuss potential business relationships.

“In today’s competitive economy, companies must focus technology resources on the areas that drive the most business value,” said Joel Odelson, CIO, MorphoDetection. “Savvis provides the infrastructure solutions that help us reduce costs and improve service levels so that we can devote our energy to the right places. Features like Savvis ClientConnect can help companies deliver even more value by highlighting opportunities with potential partners that can fuel growth.”

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John Rath is a veteran IT professional and regular contributor at Data Center Knowledge. He has served many roles in the data center, including support, system administration, web development and facility management.

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