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Malwarebytes “100% committed to channel” - signs distie deal with Orca Tech

03 Apr 17

​Malwarebytes today announced a new partnership with Sydney-based Orca Tech to distribute its products in Australia.

The deal will expand Malwarebytes’ broad distribution in Australia and complement the company’s existing agreement with Cloud Distribution.

The malware prevention and remediation solution provider says the deal will make it easier and more convenient for customers and resellers in Australia to purchase their full product line.

Orca Tech is the only independent value added distributor solely focused on the IT Security marketplace, and the company asserts the announcement of the partnership highlights highlights Malwarebytes’ rapidly growing presence overseas and continued strategy to expand in the Asia-Pacific region trough strategic channel relationships.

Marketing manager for ANZ at Orca Tech, Jelena Milosevic says they look forward to offering managed services providers, resellers and ultimately end user customers a high degree of support, focus and commitment for Malwarebytes in the Australian market.

“As customers demand even more robust security solutions from their trusted providers, Malwarebytes has successfully risen to the occasion with uniquely positioned solutions to drive the scalable and comprehensive protection that customers require,” says Milosevic.

“We see a great opportunity to help elevate Malwarebytes’ value proposition into the medium and enterprise-sized business markets as the nature of what they do resonates across all industries.”

ANZ regional director at Malwarebytes, Jim Cook says they are 100 percent committed to the channel.

“We believe businesses should not have to compromise on their security performance and have therefore built a partner ecosystem to provide enterprises with access to our innovative solutions from their existing trusted partners,” Cook says.

“We’re pleased to announce our new partnership with Orca Tech.  Their skills and experience will add additional value to our resellers and managed services partners while continuing to support customers.”

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