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BTG goes Gold with Fortinet

09 Jul 13

BTG have gained Gold Partner Status with Fortinet, reinforcing the company's reputation as being mid-weight in size but Tier 1 in output and capability.

Branded as "an exciting step for BTG" by technical director Steve Harris, the move combines some of the top engineers and engineering knowhow in New Zealand.

"Key vendor partnerships like the one with Fortinet is paramount to the strategic way in which BTG accelerates customer focussed solutions," Harris continues.

A worldwide provider of network security appliances and a market leader in unified threat management (UTM), Fortinet sees the value in selling its system and subscription service products through a variety of channel partners worldwide.

“BTG is one of our leading partners who are very focussed on delivering Fortinet solutions to their customers," says Jon McGettigan, general manager, Fortinet New Zealand.

"BTG has continued to invest in developing skills and knowledge in our solutions and achieved technical certification requirements.

"They have been recognised for this investment by obtaining Gold Partner status.

"We look forward to the continuing trusted partnership with BTG in provided leading network security solutions."

BTG’s relationship with Fortinet in New Zealand dates back to when they were first distributed in this country.

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