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M.Tech adds MobileIron to its portfolio

M.Tech adds MobileIron to its portfolio

To distribute vendor’s mobile security and management solutions for businesses

California-based security and management software vendor, MobileIron, has appointed M.Tech to distribute its mobile solutions for businesses in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) as part of its regional expansion strategy.

MobileIron claims the move was made to support its rapid growth throughout the region.

As part of the agreement, M.Tech will provide MobileIron technical and commercial resources to recruit and develop resellers, provide high-level support for partners and customers, and develop new business for the brand.

“M.Tech has several years of proven MobileIron experience in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region,” MobileIron APAC sales head, Tim Youm, said. “It will help us reach and server new reseller partners, to deliver on the phenomenal demand for our products and services in A/NZ.”

M.Tech country manager, Paul Lim, believes the partnership presents an exceptional opportunity for the brand and partners, particularly in the enterprise market.

M.Tech is a Singaporean distributor which was established in 2002. Its portfolio includes IT security, application delivery, network and video communication solutions. The company has operations in 16 countries, with presence in 31 cities throughout APAC.


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