F-Secure offers outstanding benefits and personal service to new channel partnersBerkshire, UK – 31st August 2016: F-Secure has today announced a recruitment drive for new reseller partners to meet the rapidly growing demand for security solutions from UK IT service providers. This year, the cyber security company has seen a 50 per cent increase in the size of its corporate sales team in response to […]
Berkshire, UK – 31st August 2016: F-Secure has today announced a recruitment drive for new reseller partners to meet the rapidly growing demand for security solutions from UK IT service providers. This year, the cyber security company has seen a 50 per cent increase in the size of its corporate sales team in response to rising demand.
F-Secure’s business products are designed with small and medium businesses (SMBs) in mind. With pressure rising for businesses to implement tighter security, it is imperative that businesses use best-in-class security solution as part of their security strategy.
F-Secure provides a comprehensive cyber security product and service portfolio that consists of award-winning endpoint protection solutions, incident detection and response services, and vulnerability management – solving the challenges of modern cyber security.
Andy Harkness, UK corporate sales manager at F-Secure, commented: “We’re pleased to roll-out this new recruitment programme to IT service providers. New partners joining F-Secure will receive a high quality security solution and the right level of support every step of the way, which makes sales and deployment simple and profitable.”
In addition, F-Secure provides countless incentives through its Partner Programme.
F-Secure Partner benefits include:
- Attractive margins
- Sales, marketing and technical support
- Complementary sales and technical training
- Easy-to-use Partner Portal
- Award-winning solutions provided by a trusted European vendor
- Rewarding and engaging Partner Programme
The Partner Programme is open to all resellers wanting to work with F-Secure. Currently, F-Secure Partner Programme has over 300 members from the IT service sector.
F-Secure’s annual reseller’s event will be held on Friday 16th September at the Oxfordshire Hotel. The company will also be exhibiting at IP EXPO Europe on 5th and 6th October at ExCeL London at stand A15. For further information or to register for the reseller event, please contact Heather Bosworth, channel marketing manager at F-Secure, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nobody knows cyber security like F-Secure. For three decades, F-Secure has driven innovations in cyber security, defending tens of thousands of companies and millions of people. With unsurpassed experience in endpoint protection as well as detection and response, F-Secure shields enterprises and consumers against everything from advanced cyber attacks and data breaches to widespread ransomware infections. F-Secure’s sophisticated technology combines the power of machine learning with the human expertise of its world-renowned security labs for a singular approach called Live Security. F-Secure’s security experts have participated in more European cyber crime scene investigations than any other company in the market, and its products are sold all over the world by over 200 broadband and mobile operators and thousands of resellers.
Founded in 1988, F-Secure is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Ltd.
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