|By Business Wire||
|July 18, 2014 10:51 AM EDT||
EMEA’s largest independent VAD, Exclusive Networks Group, has extended its partnership with Fortinet®, a world leader in high-performance network security, to the German market. This brings the Fortinet territories covered by Exclusive Networks across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa to 10 in total, and underlines the continuing long-term strategic value of the partnership to both organisations as well as thousands of reseller partners.
“The Exclusive Networks/Fortinet partnership has been successful in every country that we’ve worked together, and I’m highly confident that we will meet the challenges of the German market with the same level of results,” said Olivier Breittmayer, CEO at Exclusive Networks Group. “Not only in Germany, but across our EMEA territories, Fortinet’s high performance solutions keep on taking market share and outgrowing market growth rates with continuing innovation and higher scalability. Fortinet’s comprehensive range of solutions is widely appreciated by the channel; helping them recruit new customers, whilst expanding wider and more deeply into existing customers.”
Already active on behalf of Fortinet in Africa, Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Norway, Sweden, UAE and the UK, the addition of Germany leverages the extensive capabilities and connections of the 70-strong Exclusive Networks team at locations in Münster, Munich and Berlin.
“The local demand for Fortinet solutions has grown strongly over time, but to ensure this continues into the future we need to build for increased sales performance. In Exclusive Networks we have an established and successful relationship, and believe they are ideally placed to help us meet aggressive new sales objectives for Germany,” said Andy Travers, Regional Sales VP at Fortinet.
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