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WinMagic strengthens Indian presence with reseller partnership

14 Sep 16

WinMagic is a leading data security company that’s recently partnered Chennai-based company Raksha Technologies.

The partnership aims to shape visibility and increase reselling of some of WinMagic’s products in India.

Raksha Technologies provides complete Information Security (IS) Solutions, specializing in delivering information security solutions to companies of any size.

V.Anand, CEO of Raksha Technologies says teaming up with WinMagic around a year ago was aimed at tying their customers up with the best solutions.

“It helped the customers in reducing their risks from Data thefts, protected their critical Data and is complaint with the regulatory System,” explains Anand.

“With a strong technical team and efficient ales team, WinMagic has been widely accepted by customers all over the World towards providing effective Security to their Critical Data,” he says.

For WinMagic, teaming up with Raksha Technologies has been vital to providing companies with services that help keep vulnerable data safe, and forming a better partner system.

The data security organization also says concentrating on teamwork and working with partners helps to implement a clear and continual distributor network across India.

Rahul Kumar, country director and manager of WinMagic, says the relationship with Raksha Technologies is very strategic for both parties.

“This relationship is aimed at helping WinMagic increase its reach across the southern Indian market as well as ensuring that customers get the best solution that they need to address their business pain points,” he says.

“Raksha Technologies has a very experienced sales and technical team in Bangalore and Hyderabad - which would help us broad-base our presence quickly and effectively,” explains Kumar.

He adds that with the new products on offer for the cloud market, it’s the right time for the two companies to the address the market together.

“We are very confident that this relationship will bring in a lot of synergies in the marketplace.”

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