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TechnoBind increases distie network in India with new partnership

10 Jan 17

TechnoBind has announced a new partnership with Seclore, a leading provider of Enterprise Digital Rights Management (EDRM) solutions.

This association aims to support Seclore's strategic and business expansion plans in India and meet the growing needs of firms in the region for data-centric security solutions.
 
According to TechnoBind, the match up with Seclore will benefit businesses who have been looking for a packaged solution that strikes the right balance between data-centric security and collaboration.
 
"In this era of consumerisation of IT and enterprise mobility, end-users are demanding 'anywhere, anytime' access to information data,” says Prashanth G J, CEO at TechnoBind.

“While it improves productivity, constant file sharing introduces new challenges to businesses. Seclore's offerings will address some of the key pain points around Information usage control, information rights management and securing information as it travels.”

According to Seclore, interest in EDRM is growing rapidly and the benefits of EDRM are clearly being seen now across a range of sectors.

The new partnership will bring new opportunities for both Seclore and TechnoBind's, who will be able to tap into these verticals where data-centric security is the primary focus.

"Seclore is growing and we wanted a key strategic partner that would enable us to cater to growing demand and to scale rapidly in critical market," says Amit Malhotra, VP of Sales for India, Middle East & Africa at Seclore.

“TechnoBind brings in both the reputation of being a value added distributor and a widespread operational footprint.This partnership with TechnoBind makes us well positioned to accelerate the expansion of our business in the India market.”

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