Kaspersky Lab conducted two marathon partner pitstops with its national B2B distributors eCaps Computers. Both the pitstops were conducted with eCaps, the first one in Hyderabad on February 10, 2017, and the second in Ernakulam on February 17.
Kaspersky Lab has forged strong partnership with eCAPS Computers in their years together. Partner pitstops have been integral to Kaspersky’s way of working, to ensure that there’s always a free dialogue with all members of its chain.
The Hyderabad and Ernakulam meetings were spearheaded by Kaspersky Lab’s Mr. Sahil Jamnawale (Regional Sales Manager). Where hedeliberated in detail the company’s non-endpoint offerings. Kaspersky’s Security for Virtualization was elaborately discussed, as it has garnered great interest in the medium-sized companies. Its anti-malware protection, security for VMWare, Citrix, Microsoft and KVM platforms, and powerful yet lightweight security for XenDesktop and Horizon have been its primary strengths. The roadmap for the year 2017 was presented to the partners, with all of them being bullish about their growth prospects.
Altaf Halde, Managing Director – South Asia, Kaspersky Lab said “Kaspersky Lab has been built, and we always say this, with the unrelenting support it gets from all its partners. Engaging with them is an important step in engaging with our end-customers. Our partner pitstops are so crucial to the fabric of Kaspersky Lab that it’s impossible to go even a quarter without having one. At these pitstops, we focused on our Security for Virtualization, Security for Storage and Kaspersky Security Intelligence Services. We had invigorating discussions and we are all on one page on the year ahead. We are positive of growth, profits, and partner and customer satisfaction.”
Mr. K. Gunasegharan, Director – eCaps Computers was equally enthused. “We’ve had a very fruitful partnership with Kaspersky as their national distributor. With the participation of over 25 partners in Hyderabad and 23 partners in Ernakulam, these were very successful events. We discussed new business opportunities by selling Kaspersky Lab non-endpoint offerings.The partners showed a huge interest and they foresee increasing revenues in Kaspersky Lab business.”