Enterprise file security provider, Vaultize, announced its channel partnership with CompuLynx, a Kenya based Value Added Reseller (VAR), to inflate its channel ecosystem in East Africa.
Vaultize enterprise file security platform facilitates protection and access for secure file sync and share (EFSS), mobile collaboration with built-in Digital Rights Management (DRM), and end point backup. All this will be available in the East African region over CompuLynx offices.
Sameer Vitkar, the Regional Sales Head, Vaultize stated, “We are pleased to be associated with CompuLynx as our VAR. We look forward to leverage their leadership position and expertise in technology space, to further expand our reach in the region.”
“Vaultize will remain focused on outpacing the industry in innovation and delivering solutions that meet and exceed the ever-increasing file security, governance and compliance requirements,” he added.
The brainchild and the prominent player in East Africa’s technology solutions space, CompuLynx, is an ISO Certified company that caters technology solution to more than 400 professional houses in over 30 countries around the globe. The company is in this field for more than 20 years now.
“Vaultize enhances our existing product portfolio and caters to security concerns of our enterprise customers. Its enterprise file security platform is the need of the hour for data sensitive organisations for their data governance and compliance requirements,” said Sailesh Savani, CEO/Founder, CompuLynx. “We are very excited about this partnership with Vaultize.”
Expansion aims at:
Today, there is big shift in the field of IT. Increasing consumerization and trends like Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) are surging in the enterprise space all over the world, and need a security system to control and track sensitive corporate data on mobiles and laptops. Vaultize hopes that it can help enterprises meet their security needs, prevent data loss, and meet compliance and data governance objectives.
Wit Vaultize, businesses get a VPN-free secure access to enterprise document repositories on mobile devices with the ability to modify and share the files with user experience like Dropbox. Thus, the expansion of Vaultize would definitely help the company to grow on an advance level.
Talking about Vaultize’s expansion plans, Vitkar wrote on his blog
Since the launch of IMPACT Partner Program, Vaultize has VADs (value added distributors) in APAC, India, Russia, Scandinavia, and West Africa. Additionally, we have system integrator (SI) and value added reseller (VAR) partners across 50+ countries. And, we are now actively looking for enterprise security-focused partners and VADs in other European countries including UK, Germany and France, Australia-New Zealand, Latin America and South Africa.
The company claims to have a 100% channel-focused business model since the beginning. According to Vitkar, the model has created significant opportunities for the company’s partners to accelerate their security, data protection and cloud storage practise (sic).
Vaultize claims to be serving leading BFSI (banks, financial services and insurance), media, healthcare, manufacturing, automotive, education and governments worldwide “to protect their sensitive data without compromising the end-user experience.”