Ivanti appoints Infinigate group to deliver cybersecurity solutions across Europe  

Infinigate Group appointed as European Distributor.

Infinigate Group, a leading Value-Added Distributor (VAD) of cybersecurity solutions in Europe, has announced a partnership with Ivanti, the provider of the Ivanti Neurons automation platform that discovers, manages, secures, and services IT assets from cloud to edge.



The partnership announcement follows Ivanti’s continued expansion into the cybersecurity space with its recent acquisitions of cybersecurity vendors MobileIron, Pulse Secure and RiskSense, and will enable it to further consolidate its position as a global market leader in the unified endpoint management, cybersecurity and enterprise service management markets.



Klaus Schlichtherle, CEO of Infinigate Group, said: “We’re extremely proud to be the chosen value-added distributor for Ivanti’s cybersecurity solutions in Europe. Our passion is to work with organisations who are making a positive contribution to society – and we’re excited by this opportunity to work directly with one of the most innovative players in the IT industry as it makes its mark on the critical cybersecurity scene in a unique and disruptive way. 



“Our key focus will be to develop and build a strong and focused Ivanti team - creating a strong sales force with capacity to train and enable our channel partners to proactively drive new business opportunities in the region - extending Ivanti’s reach across Europe and building its market presence in the region.”



Craig Osborne, senior director channel sales EMEA at Ivanti, said: “We’ve selected Infinigate to help us deliver business value via cybersecurity software and services to our customers. It was a natural partnership as Infinigate’s operational values of simplicity, predictability and profitability within this complex and critical area of cybersecurity match our own mission to secure and enable the Everywhere Workplace. Partners are vital to our success, and we are excited for this next chapter as Ivanti continues to help our partners drive growth.”



Justin Griffiths, UK Managing Director at Infinigate UK, said: We’re delighted to be entrusted by Ivanti to deliver the huge business value of Ivanti’s extended cyber security portfolio and risk-based management expertise and resources to channel partners in the UK, which enables us to honour our commitment to playing a key role in supporting the safety and security of the UK economy.”

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