UAE’s Credence Security signs distribution deal with US-based HelpSystems

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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UAE-based leading regional distributor of specialized solutions in cybersecurity, forensics, governance, risk, and compliance, Credence Security has signed a distribution agreement with American information technology and software company, HelpSystems in order to deliver their expansive portfolio across the Emirates and wider GCC region.

Through the partnership, Credence Security and HelpSystems will drive regular training and certification workshops for channel partners around technical skills, sales, pre-sales, and support among other areas.

According to the statement, “The priority will be to build post-sales and support capabilities for value-added resellers, systems integrators, and solutions providers so they can successfully deploy HelpSystems’ solutions for regional customers.”

Credence Security will also host targeted events and roadshows to create market awareness for data protection, email security, and secure managed file transfer solutions.

The company stated that “the regional customers will now have access to and receive on-the-ground support for HelpSystems’ data protection solutions Boldon James, Digital Guardian, Titus, and Vera, and email security and secure managed file transfer (MFT) solutions Clearswift, File Catalyst, and GoAnywhere.”

Commenting on the partnership, Mr. Garreth Scott, Managing Director of Credence Security, stated that, “HelpSystems is a market pioneer in the cybersecurity field, and we are excited to see how its addition to our portfolio can help transform and strengthen regional customers’ defense strategies.”

“With HelpSystems onboard, our channel partners have an added advantage to serve as customers’ trusted advisors and help them navigate the increasingly complex and evolving threat landscape. We look forward to taking this collaboration to new heights,” Mr. Scott further added.

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