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StarForce Technologies seeks local partners

28 May 10

StarForce Technologies focuses on software and digital content protection against copying, cracking and unauthorised use. The company recently celebrated ten years of business.

Alexander Don, Director of International Sales & Business Development at StarForce Technologies, has said that the company is now seeking partners in the local area. 

“Our products are well-known all over the world and are now being sold to numerous clients in more than 30 countries,“ he said.

The StarForce Partner Program is “very flexible with commission payouts as high as 40%,” Don added. The firm is looking for a system integrator, VAR, software distributor or anyone that “generally deals” with IT services, VAS and Security.

More information on the company’s partner programme can be found here.


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