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Centrify makes big strides

Centrify makes big strides

Nearly doubles channel partner revenue in 2013

2013 was a great year for Centrify according to the unified identity services provider. The firm claimed it almost doubled channel revenue last year and that its partner network has grown since launch in January 2014.

The company’s channel partner network is comprised of three tiers - premier, select and authorised. Centrify said the premier partners include SoftwareONE, Corus360, FishNet Security and Mainline Information Systems contributed heavily to revenue growth.

Centrify Asia-Pacific director, Matt Ramsay, said news of sales performance was good news for the firm’s partners.

“All of Centrify’s sales in Australia and Asia-Pacific go through our channel. These revenue trends, with the addition of leading channel partners to our global program, provide further validation for Centrify’s innovative data centre, Cloud and mobile security solutions. “

“Our partners at all levels within our program are critical to the future success of Centrify, so we’re laser-focused on supporting our expanding partner community to help grow their businesses and meet the needs of their customers.”

The company said the program allows partners to grow and profit by delivering unified identity services that assist customers in strengthening security, meeting compliance requirements, reducing IT expenditure as well as extending and enabling the Cloud and mobile enterprise.


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