Niksun signs SCOPE Middle East as MEA VAD
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UAE-based regional value-added distributor SCOPE Middle East has announced its partnership with NIKSUN, a company that develops network security and performance solutions. Focused on government and intelligence agencies, service providers, financial services companies, and large enterprises such as retailers and manufacturers, NIKSUNS’s products and solutions provide a comprehensive cyber defence against malware, breaches and attacks.

Under the agreement, the value-added distributor will deliver NIKSUN’s real-time and forensics-based cybersecurity and network performance management offerings to organisations in the Middle East and Africa. In addition, SCOPE ME will also provide enablement training and workshop on NIKSUN technologies and act as a first contact and deliver tier-1 support to its channel community and customer base.

Fadi Abu Eqab, CEO, SCOPE ME, said, “We are happy to sign on NIKSUN, which is a world leader in security analytics forensics and network performance monitoring. Our focus is to bring NIKSUN’s cost-effective solutions to our highly-skilled reseller base and support their own customer development initiatives including pre-sales to post-sales support, market development and training. We are sure that with our established channel base as well as providing additional support to partners and end users will enable NIKSUN to expand its reach in the region at a fast pace.”

Dr. Parag Pruthi, CEO, NIKSUN, “Over the past two decades, we have made tremendous progress in expanding the reach of our innovative cybersecurity and network performance solutions in local markets. The Middle East, as one of our fastest growing markets globally, occupies an extremely important and strategic place in our long-term growth plans. Now through our partnership with Scope ME, we look forward to further reinforcing our leadership position and helping secure the network infrastructure in this region.”