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Barracuda acts on decade of success with ANZ distie expansion

29 Jul 14

Barracuda Networks is expanding its distributor relationship with WhiteGold Solutions in Australia and New Zealand.

WhiteGold Solutions has been a distributor for more than 10 years and is increasing its focus on Barracuda to support more rapid growth of Barracuda solutions across Australia and New Zealand.

"WhiteGold has developed into a key strategic distributor for Barracuda in Australia and New Zealand, and continues to support our channel with national resources which will enable continued growth and success," says Jeff Hurmuses, VP APAC Sales, Barracuda.

"WhiteGold has successfully executed across all fronts that support the foundations for growth and as a result recently has been awarded our Asia Pacific Distributor of the Year.”

WhiteGold Solutions will support Barracuda with dedicated account management for pre-sales and post-sales engineering, training, inventory and technical support.

WhiteGold’s business partner community will also benefit from Barracuda’s training, Not for Resale and certification program.

“Right now, distribution partners are looking for vendors that can help minimise the risk and cost of providing end users with technology that enhances their existing security and storage strategies," adds Dominic Whitehand, Managing Director, WhiteGold Solutions.

"Barracuda has enabled their partners to make these strides by creating an easy to use program, with access to the tools and resources needed for success.

"Most importantly, we are excited to be working with a vendor which delivers on technologies that help to differentiate and add significant value to our customers."

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