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Cyberoam signs five NZ partners

10 Aug 10

Cyberoam and SnapperNet recently tied the knot on a local distribution deal for solutions both firms say are perfect for New Zealand businesses.

Following the deal an Auckland-based event was held to introduce the new solutions to potential New Zealand partners and resellers and discuss Cyberoam’s Partner Advantage Programme.

“The event we held in Auckland with SnapperNet was an opportunity to showcase our product and the features briefly to the partners as well as discuss the Partner Advantage Programme that Cyberoam will be launching,” said Alkesh Soneji, Cyberroam’s ANZ Business Development Manager.

After the response from partners at the event, a workshop is now being planned for September.

“I was overwhelmed with the response from the partners and that has led to us now planning and organising a two-day technical workshop for partners where they can gain in-depth knowledge of the products along with a CCNSP Certificate,” added Soneji.

SnapperNet Director Richard Paul told The Channel that dates for the training, while still to be confirmed, are looking like September 2nd and 3rd.

“So far five resellers have signed up to become Cyberoam partners,” he revealed. “Excellent Software, Notable IT Services, Synaxis IT, Sentinel Technologies and Laser Link (NZ).

Pictured: Richard Paul and Alkesh Soneji at Cyberoam's New Zealand launch.

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