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AirPatrol Expands Globally With Several New Channel Partners

AirPatrol Corporation, a leading mobile and wireless threat management solutions company, has expanded its global Channel Partner Program to help meet demand for its award winning wireless security products. Joining AirPatrol as Premier Partners in the EMEA region are Global Security Academy & Consultants and Synaptic Solutions. In addition, ETI Holdings and Proxy srl have joined the program as European Authorized Partners.

“Demand for AirPatrol’s wireless threat management products is increasing which necessitates our expansion in the EMEA region and also specifically in Europe,” said Ozzie Diaz, CEO, AirPatrol Corporation. “Our customers in government, law enforcement, retail and financial services are experiencing more intrusions and threats to proprietary information through their wireless networks, making it imperative to protect unauthorized individual’s from stealing confidential information.”

Resellers in AirPatrol Channel Partner Program benefit from the innovative solution architectures and offerings with companies like McAfee for wireless endpoint security, Check Point for location-based network access control and ArcSight for integrated event correlation and management. The AirPatrol Channel Partner Program includes a partner only Web site, sales program and support, sales leads, a co-marketing program, education program and AirPatrol product certification training.

The AirPatrol Channel Partner Program provides resellers with tools to expand target markets, close sales faster, and stay up-to-date on the latest developments in AirPatrol’s product line. The AirPatrol Channel Partner Program accommodates partner requirements based on the following categories:

  • AirPatrol Premier Partners — This reseller has in-depth wireless knowledge, market expertise and the ability to provide full customer support. Premier Partners will receive top discount levels, qualified sales leads, a comprehensive partner welcome kit, and access to the full suite of sales, marketing and technical tools. Premier Partners will also be eligible for joint marketing initiatives and the co-marketing program, as well as receive complete sales and technical support.
  • AirPatrol Authorized Business Partners — This reseller has strong wireless project experience and can provide pre- and post-sales customer support. Authorized Partners receive special discounts through AirPatrol’s distributors, on-line training, a monthly channel newsletter, and access to sales and marketing tools through the AirPatrol Partner website.

EMEA Premier Partners

Global Security Academy & Consultants deliver hand-selected, exclusive upper-class technology, almost entirely to government agencies. Global Security provides countermeasures services against illicit information loss (professional sweeps, security counseling, training), conducts seminars and workshops, and organizes symposia and highly specialized exhibitions.

Synaptic Solutions designs, integrates and support a comprehensive range of technically leading-edge hardware and applications to converge; voice, data and wireless technologies. Their core competencies in data, wireless and voice communication networks, and strong understanding of application-specific mobile computing and high-performance data capture, enable them to create customized solutions that solve the toughest business challenges for corporations.

European Authorized Partners

ETI Holdings was founded in 1985 and is a successful, worldwide group of companies providing Law Enforcement Agencies and telecommunication providers with highly advanced diagnostic and data analysis products. Our products are used in data-crime investigations and for trouble-shooting data communication systems.

Proxy srl has been on the Italian Market for 12 years and has gained the respect of companies operating in the networking area. Proxy provides high-standard network management solutions tailored to customer's needs, and differentiated from the standardized products provided by other companies.

About AirPatrol Corporation

AirPatrol delivers Wireless Threat Management solutions that empower customers to have total awareness of wireless 802.11 and cellular devices within their facility and total control over how corporate wireless and USB assets are used. The company’s comprehensive suite of location-based products enable security administrators in the government, financial, healthcare, corporate enterprise and retail industries to keep pace with the expanding requirements of an increasingly mobile world. For more information, please visit the company’s website at www.airpatrolcorp.com.

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