Kaspersky Lab signs two new partners
FDC International to target North Africa, Softec Distribution to cover the Levant
Kaspersky Lab has signed two new consumer republishing partner deals, to expand its reach in the North African and Levant regions.
The security software company has signed FDC International and Softec Distribution to help build its presence in the region. FDC will target North Africa, including Sudan, Libya, Somalia, Djibouti, Eretria, Ethiopia and Mauritania while Softec Distribution will handle the Levant region which includes Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, Jordan and Iraq.
Tarek Kuzbari, managing director of Kaspersky Lab Middle East said: "At Kaspersky Lab we will always look for partners that surpass our guidelines and expectations. We carefully select our partners as they are key to representing Kaspersky Lab's products in the region.
"We are building business integrity into our partner programs, maintaining profitability and aiming at greater revenue for partners and customers; these recent partnerships with FDC International and Softec Distribution will help us explore new avenues and help to expand our business," he added.
Yasser Krayem, CEO of Softec Distribution commented: "Our mission is to provide the highest quality of services and cost-effective solutions to ensure our clients' success. Having Kaspersky Lab, one of the leading IT security companies on board, is a great deal for us, and we have confidence that we will deliver outstanding results."
Marissa Safe, COO of FDC International said: "The mutual vision in becoming number one within the ICT industry is what makes us feel part of the Kaspersky Lab family. Our relationship with such a world class vendor will play a major role in achieving this position while bringing to our customers the best of solutions, services and support."