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eSys adds security vendor

Distributor strengthens portfolio by signing Spam Cube

Components distributor eSys is set to build a Middle East channel for security hardware gadget vendor Spam Cube after inking an exclusive worldwide agreement with the vendor.

The deal will see eSys distribute Spam Cube’s OnDemand gadget, which the vendor claims stops spam, viruses and phishing for home networks on a global basis.

“We have intentionally held out on picking an exclusive distribution partner for Spam Cube.

Our business development team had multiple offers on the table from other distributors, but we were not satisfied with their value propositions,” said Joseph Marino, co-founder at Spam Cube.

“eSys won our business because it is giving us more than sales and logistics support — it is giving us the attention we need to bring the Spam Cube to the entire world quicker,” he added.

Spam Cube and eSys, citing a recent research report, claim that spamming activity is resulting in companies losing US$20 billion annually in productivity and costs associated with combating spam.

“eSys believes that technology innovators or brand owners like Spam Cube should focus on their core capabilities and outsource non-core peripheral activities to get higher efficiencies,” said eSys COO Neeraj Chauhan.

“eSys is offering Spam Cube a unique outsourcing proposition with a comprehensive set of services including global logistics and warehousing, transactional services, sales support, reverse logistics and online business-tobusiness and business-toconsumer operations.”

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