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M.Tech now NZ Imperva distributor

02 Nov 09

Imperva today announced the appointment of M.Tech as a distributor for Australia and New Zealand.

M.Tech will offer Imperva’s SecureSphere data security suite and database firewall solutions, with support capabilities extending across Asia Pacific.

Imperva’s Vice President Asia Pacific, Stree Naidu said: “The company’s relatively recent presence in ANZ will assure us of top mindshare in helping to generate business, in a 100 % two-tier channel model. Having a single distributor will allow us to leverage M.Tech’s considerable business development capabilities to the fullest.”

Paul Lim, M.Tech’s Regional Business Manager for ANZ, said Imperva will help customers combat credit card theft threats and meet strict compliance requirements.

“With the regular enablement training we will conduct for Imperva’s partners, and the ease of administration of the SecureSphere solution, we are confident that Imperva will be a natural choice for ANZ organisations needing to secure their web application and database data,” he said.

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