Arvig Expands Service Offering With Continuum's Continuity247 BDR Platform

Posted November 3, 2016by Ben Barker

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Minnesota-based Arvig, one of the largest independent telecommunications and broadband providers in the nation, has added managed IT services, including backup and disaster recovery (BDR), to its services offering. Arvig leverages Continuity247®, Continuum’s fully-managed BDR platform supported by its industry-leading Network Operations Center (NOC) with more than 700 technicians resolving thousands of alerts, 24x7x365.

Arivig has been a partner of Continuum's since February of 2015. Since then, Arvig has experienced impressive growth along with the ability to offer a greater variety of solutions and support to their growing customer base.

Michael Baso, Product and Business Development Supervisor at Arvig, had this to say.

“We wanted to be able to offer as many solutions as possible and strengthen our customer relationships, and managed IT services help us to do that. When we found Continuum, we were just blown away. Once we saw how robust and in-depth the platform is and how easy it is to manage, we were sold. Continuum provides us with all of the tools we need to handle anything that gets thrown at us.”

Since adding Continuity247, Arvig has been able to deliver true business continuity and peace of mind to clients. Arvig’s customers no longer have to deal with backup issues and they have stopped having chronic lags on their networks. Arvig has also had scenarios where customers’ machines have gone down, and thanks to Continuity247, they were able to completely restore them. 

For more information on Continuity247, visit:

For more information on the case study, “Continuum’s Continuity247 Platform Helps Arvig Add Business Continuity to its Growing Managed IT Services Portfolio,” visit:


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Ben is a Boston-based tech marketing expert, and an avid Boston sports fan.

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