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Watchguard grows ANZ sales

Watchguard grows ANZ sales

Watchguard has grown its sales by 54 percent quarter on quarter for Q1 2010 in Australia/New Zealand, adding it has signed new partners across the Tasman.

The vendor says it has chalked up sales wins in government, private education, utilities and manufacturing.

It has also completed training on multifunction firewall products for 30 ANZ partners during events in Auckland, Melbourne and Sydney.

“The March quarter has been a strong start to 2010 not only in terms of revenue but also in the heightened interest for our new XTM 2, 5 and 8 Series as well as the new XCS line of enterprise-class multi-function firewall appliances,” says ANZ regional director Scott Robertson.


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