Exclusive Signs Agreement with Tufin

Exclusive Networks has been appointed by vendor Tufin to distribute its products in the UK. The agreement sees Exclusive Networks take Tufin’s Network Security Policy Orchestration and Automation solutions to existing and new channel partners looking to introduce more agile, responsive and streamlined security policy management capabilities to their enterprise customers.

Graham Jones, Exclusive Networks’ managing director, commented: “Tufin’s innovative software dovetails perfectly into our portfolio of cutting-edge cyber-security solutions. With direct support for our current vendor solutions, like Fortinet and Palo Alto Networks, it seamlessly integrates into our CARM (Cyber Attack Remediation and Mitigation) strategy, giving partners a complementary sale to solutions their customers are currently deploying. The channel has not had such a significant upgrade and up-sell opportunity for a long time and we’ll be working with Tufin on demand generation and recruitment of new partners who want to take this exciting technology to help customers be better prepared and armed to respond to attacks and breaches.”

Andrew Lintell, Tufin director, Northern EMEA added: “Network Security Policy Orchestration and Automation is currently a very hot topic and the reason Tufin represents a major growth opportunity. We are a 100% channel vendor and Exclusive Networks is the natural distribution partner for us, with their proven go-to-market channel partner base, complementary vendors, and high focus on game-changing security technologies. With Exclusive Networks driving partner recruitment, enablement and collaboration activities, underpinned with a new Tufin Channel Partner Program, we can offer channel partners enhanced margins, in-field support and significant professional services opportunities. Together we are looking forward to bringing one of the best opportunities in today’s marketplace to many more UK channel partners.”

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David Dungay

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