IT security leaders hold channel meet
Doha, February 13, 2012
Bulwark, a leading value-added distributor of IT security solutions in the Middle East, recently organised a channel orientation meet ‘Partners - Our Assets’ in Qatar, along with the leading IT security vendors Cyberoam and ESET Middle East.
The event, which was attended by Bulwark’s reseller partners in Qatar, provided them with a perfect platform to interact with Cyberoam and ESET and to discuss the roadmap and strategies for the future, said a statement.
Surender Kumar Bishnoi, general manager, Cyberoam Middle East, said: “The meet is a great opportunity for us to know more about the reseller community and to directly address their concerns. Qatar is a significant market for Cyberoam in the Middle East and we look forward to engage ourselves with more of these initiatives in future to build stronger bonding with the channel”.
Jose Thomas, managing director of Bulwark, said: “Our partners are our biggest assets and this interaction enables us to more effectively communicate our commitment to them and thank them for their continuous support to our growth. The event highlights our enhanced focus on Qatar through strengthening our reseller network presence in the region and we are gearing up our efforts towards achieving this”.
Bulwark said it has over the years created a dedicated network of channel partners consisting of solution providers, resellers and system integrators to address the IT security concerns of clients across a diverse range of industry verticals like banking and finance, oil and gas, education, manufacturing and government, spread across the region.
Cyberoam and ESET have established channel development strategies to support innovative marketing, sales and support tools, training and education and support programmes, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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