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Certes Networks Debuts CryptoFlow Reseller Program

June 23, 2014 - News

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Certes Networks, which makes encryption solutions for networked applications, has launched its CryptoFlow Reseller Partner Program.

The CryptoFlow line lets enterprises, government agencies and service providers protect any application, whether in virtual, physical, cloud or mixed environments. Certes said its resellers install its technology in projects such as data center migration and interconnection; enterprise WAN connectivity; real-time application deployment such as VoIP and video; encryption of data traffic in virtualized and cloud environments; and extended enterprise security for financial transactions, patient data, student records management, proprietary information and other sensitive data.

To that point, the new CryptoFlow program is open to partners who sell security, network equipment, enterprise applications and other IT systems. There are three tiers: Bronze, Silver and Gold. As is typical, each level requires more partner participation to earn greater incentives, and higher discounts, rebates and marketing support.  

In return, Certes said it’s offering training, customizable product materials, a new portal for patterns and deal registration options.

“Certes offers benefits that enable a reseller to bundle Certes’ products into IT deployment projects that will significantly increase project scope, success rate, and deal margins," said Dean Roth, senior vice president of worldwide sales and business development at Certes.

Certes’ CryptoFlow products operate independently of network infrastructure and enterprise applications, requiring no changes to either one. They do not consume capacity or processing from network devices or servers, are vendor-neutral and may be bundled to protect data traffic.

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