SecureAuth Signs Arrow to Further Expand Growth in Australia & New Zealand

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June 10, 2020
Martin Savitt

SecureAuth continues to accelerate growth in Australia-New Zealand (ANZ) through a channel-first strategy, highlighted by today’s signing of a key distribution agreement with Arrow’s enterprise computing solutions business.

The Arrow partnership comes on the heels of a successful launch into the region earlier this year with clients including a major telecommunications company and key appointments of SecureAuth APJ Head of Growth Michael Warnock as well as senior sales engineer Simon Carlson.

The distribution agreement with Arrow positions SecureAuth for scale across ANZ through its innovative approach to cyber and next-generation identity security in a changing market. The company’s identity security platform brings together risk-based, adaptive multi-factor authentication, single sign-on and user self-service. The platform is highly flexible and standards-based, reducing the threat surface, enabling high rates of adoption and meeting the cyber resiliency demands of enterprises around the world.

“This distributor agreement with Arrow is perfect timing to accelerate our ANZ strategy with a fundamental shift in the market elevating identity security to a top priority for companies as the coronavirus pandemic fallout permanently shifts how they operate,” Michael Warnock said.

“Industries globally are transforming literally overnight into the ‘fully digital era,’ with many appearing to be testing and designing in real-time to deal with unprecedented conditions,” continued Warnock. “Off the back of this shift, companies will need to reprioritise digital strategies, not only to deal with current challenges, but to accelerate into delivering remote work, cloud-enabled ecommerce and BYOD now, with identity security central to a secured future.”

“Teaming with Arrow will allow us to bring a fresh transformational approach to the Identity Security market and will underpin and accelerate our growth plans with scale across Australia and New Zealand.”

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