In a press release, leading WAN optimization solutions provider Exinda announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with VADition Benelux BV, an affiliate of VADition UK. The agreement has boosted Exinda’s expansion plan big time as the company’s sales and marketing activities have spread throughout the Benelux region. Exinda has recently appointed Willem Verhoof as country manager with an aim to expand its sales capabilities in the Benelux region.
The distribution agreement also provides VADition's regional network of resellers access Exinda's WAN Optimisation solutions for their customers.
"The needs of network managers are evolving. With the increasing number of users, devices, and applications - including user-centric collaboration tools, Web 2.0 tools and cloud-based applications - traversing wide area networks, IT teams need a solution to help them see, manage and optimize this traffic," said Rob Pronk, general manager and co-founder of VADition Benelux, in a press release. "Exinda's Unified Performance Management (UPM) strategy delivers the visibility, control, and optimization capabilities they need, within a single appliance, allowing network managers to give priority to critical applications and ensure a high quality user experience on the WAN."
"VADition Benelux has become a trusted source for technology solutions providers," said Kevin Suitor (News - Alert), Exinda's vice president of marketing, in a statement. "Benelux is recognized as a region in which awareness and adoption of new virtualization and centralization technologies is very strong among corporations and other organizations. With the pace of new technology adoption among companies and end-users, VADition and its resellers focus on providing solutions that will maximize organizations' WAN investment over the long term. We are pleased to expand our relationship with VADition into the Benelux region."
Exinda recently announced that Tribunal de Justica do Espirito Santo (TJES), the central administrative office of the state judiciary for the State of Espirito Santo in Brasil, has selected Exinda's solutions to improve the performance of critical applications on its network.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell