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FirstWave nabs first AU distie deal with Ingram Micro

16 Mar 18

FirstWave Cloud Technology, a cloud security technology company, has announced that it has signed Ingram Micro as its first distributor of the FirstCloud Mail Security solution.

Built for telcos and already used globally, FirstCloud Mail is FirstWave’s security-as-a-service email solution combining FirstWave’s ESP Deep analytics technology and Cisco’s advanced threat protection technology on its multi-tenanted public cloud platform.

FirstCloud Mail provides service providers and their customers with email security management and control.

“Ingram Micro’s objective is to enhance the value proposition offered to our business partners with the highest quality vendor solutions and a comprehensive range of services and trainings,” says Ingram Micro A/NZ chief country executive Felix Wong.

“We have seen significant growth in the global SaaS market over the past few years and we are excited to be able to tap into that further by offering our customers and partners in Australia FirstWave’s unique public cloud email security solution.”

FirstWave says their public cloud security service platform will provide Ingram Micro’s channel with new cloud security revenue opportunities for their existing customers, as well as a cloud security offering with which to acquire new customers.

It also provides an opportunity to leverage into Ingram Micro’s global network.

“FirstWave is proud to have Ingram Micro as its first distribution partner for our recently launched public cloud platform,” says FirstWave chief revenue officer Andrew Chamberlain

“Ingram Micro is a well-established and respected leader in the cloud services distribution globally and we are looking forward to working with the team, providing them with an industry-leading cloud security solution for their partners.”

Ingram Micro is one of the world’s largest technology distributors and delivers a full spectrum of global technology and supply chain services in 160+ countries to over 200,000 partners and IT service providers.

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