Arrow to distribute AppViewX across A/NZ
Arrow Electronics has entered into an Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) distribution agreement with AppViewX.
AppViewX delivers modular, low-code IT orchestration for certificate and key lifecycle automation, infrastructure orchestration, and IoT and DevOps security solutions.
Leveraging a library of pre-built tasks and workflows, the platform enables Ops teams to translate business requirements into automation workflows that improve agility, enforce compliance, help eliminate errors, and reduce cost.
“This agreement represents an opportunity for our VARs and MSPs who are looking to offer their customers purpose-driven and low-code network and security automation,” says Arrow A/NZ enterprise computing solutions business general manager Andrew Assad.
“We look forward to working with AppViewX, as their automation and orchestration platform is a great addition to our overall solution mix.”
Low-code automation platforms like AppViewX allow enterprises to focus on innovation and be agile.
This agility gives enterprises the ability to support digital transformation while enhancing security and ease of management.
“As the enterprise IT landscape evolves, the need for a comprehensive end-to-end automation platform is growing,” says AppViewX Asia-Pacific Japan vice president Chris Poulos.
“We are investing in the A/NZ channel and excited to team with Arrow to build a strong channel community in this region.”
AppViewX aims to revolutionise the way NetOps and DevSecOps teams deliver services to Enterprise IT.
The AppViewX Platform is a modular, low-code software application that enables automation and orchestration for certificate and key lifecycle automation, infrastructure orchestration, and IoT and DevOps security solutions.
It translates business requirements into automation workflows that improve agility, enforce compliance, eliminate errors, and reduce cost.
AppViewX is headquartered in New York, U.S. with presence in the U.K., Australia, and India.
Arrow NZ Financials
Arrow New Zealand reported revenue of NZ$ $3.3 million after deducting the cost of goods sold in FY19, a slight drop from $3.5 million in FY18.
The company also reported 2.1 million profit in the 12 months to 31 December 2019 (FY19), a mild increase from a $1.8 million profit from the year prior .After income tax expenses, FY19 profit reached $1.8 million, compared to $1.2 million in the year prior.
Arrow Electronics New Zealand is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Arrow ECS Australia, which in turn is owned by Arrow Electronics, Inc.
“The principal activities of the company during the financial year were the distribution of computerised security, storage, and unified telecommunications systems,” the official financial statements note.