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Emt Distribution, Ipswitch partner

Alliance to target fast growing network monitoring market in Middle East

Emt Distribution, Ipswitch partner
Porro says Ipswitch has embarked on an aggressive expansion strategy and the deal with Emt will give it momentum.

Regional VAD Emt Distribution, has announced that it has been appointed the authorised distributor for WhatsUp Gold, a suite of network, application and server monitoring software from Ipswitch in the Middle East.

Under the agreement, the distributor will be responsible for working with resellers across the region to train and help them build their Ipswitch business.

Mohammad Mobasseri, CEO at Emt Distribution said: "We will be working closely with Ipswitch to build channel programmes that enable resellers to take advantage of the benefits of promoting WhatsUp Gold in the region."

"The capability of our technical and sales resources, training, customer education and strong channel base combined with the quality and value of Ipswitch will prove to be a winning combination. We are excited about the opportunity this award winning network, application and server monitoring software suite offers to the regional channel," added Mobasseri.

Alessandro Porro, vice president, International Sales at Ipswitch said: "We are aggressively looking at expanding our presence in Middle East, and Emt with their deep understanding of the market, wide channel base, technical capabilities will go a long way to promote our award winning solutions in the region."

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