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NetMotion and Netpoleon partner to deliver security platform

17 Nov 2020

NetMotion and Netpoleon have entered a strategic partnership, combining NetMotion’s security and end-user experience technology for the distributed workforce with Netpoleon’s business solutions.

Netpoleon will sell, supply and support the NetMotion platform across all states and territories across Australia, and in New Zealand, focusing on customers needing business-critical mobility, remote secure access and end-user experience monitoring.

Netpoleon has built its expertise in the financial services, telecoms and public sector markets.

By partnering with leading technology vendors, the company delivers added value in the pre- and post-sales service to the channel, as well as expertise in the cybersecurity space.

Netpoleon is headquartered in Singapore, with offices in Australia, India, and six other countries across the Asia Pacific region,

“This year has resulted in an unparalleled increase in remote users, devices and applications across varied unsecured networks, which continue to suffer greater security risks and increasing performance issues, exacerbated by WFH and BYOD policies,” says Netpoleon A/NZ north regional manager Ben Minski.

“The dramatic transformation of the work environment has given rise to a huge demand for NetMotion’s powerful security and end-user experience tools. As an established player in the A/NZ market, NetMotion can be trusted to provide the long-term support that regional enterprise and infrastructure companies demand.”

He adds that with remote access technologies playing an increasingly critical role in every aspect of a business, organisations have recognised the need to accelerate the adoption of security and employee monitoring solutions that empower and protect today’s agile workforce.

“This is especially true in Asia Pacific, where Netpoleon saw the need for a strategic partner able to complement its existing portfolio of enterprise-grade information, network and data security solutions.”

NetMotion’s history is in combining secure remote access solutions with enhanced user experience in the new world of zero-trust network access (ZTNA, i.e. secure access for any user, on any device, over any network, anywhere.)

We have spent the past four years building a solid foundation across Asia Pacific. With this year’s launch of an advanced security and experience monitoring platform tailored to the needs of distributed workers, we saw Netpoleon as the ideal partner to help us reach new markets in the region,” says NetMotion international sales senior vice president Erik Helms.

“Not only does Netpoleon have an enviable track record of success throughout APJ, but their product line-up is also truly complementary to our own, making it an obvious choice for companies of any size.”

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