Mumbai: Savex Technologies and Fortinet have signed a distribution pact. Fortinet has appointed Savex Technologies as a value-added distributor (VAD) under a distribution pact.
This will further expand Fortinet’s business and security market footprint in India. It will work with Fortinet to target all market segments including large enterprise, telecom and SMB.
As a distributor, Savex Technologies will provide customers access to Fortinet technologies and services in more than 80 cities across the country.
Savex will strengthen the distribution of Fortinet’s products and solutions and will support the cybersecurity company’s business as well. It will appoint technical resources including a dedicated team to handle both pre and post-sales customer support for Fortinet.
Based in Mumbai, Savex is one of the largest ICT distributors in India and represents many of the top major IT brands.
Besides, the technical and sales support, the ICT distribution company will run marketing campaigns and conduct enablement training sessions. This will help partners in smaller cities with the knowledge and skills to sell Fortinet’s security solutions.
“This partnership will help us offer comprehensive cybersecurity solutions to our vast and established enterprise channel network across India,” said Jayant Goradia, MD – Savex Technologies Pvt Ltd.
“With the added support of our TAC centre to grow the business for Fortinet products and services,” added Goradia.
“The appointment of Savex Technologies as a distributor will provide our registered partners greater flexibility to work with Fortinet and grow their business,” said Rajesh Maurya, Regional VP – India & SAARC, Fortinet.
“Savex will help us to keep up with new business demands in emerging technologies like SASE, SD-WAN, Network Access Control, EDR and Network Monitoring & Diagnostics,” added Maurya.
Fortinet’s security-driven networking is gaining more adoption in the Indian market, according to Maurya.
“This tie-up will play a strategic role in business expansion for Fortinet and will new customers and partners in smaller cities apart from the metros,” concluded Maurya.