WatchDox is to be distributed by Cloud Distribution, a specialised VAD in security and networking.
Cloud said that WatchDox is a secure way to improve workflow and moble collaboration on tablets, smartphones, PCs and other devices.
The value added distributor will become WatchDox’s sole distributor for the UK and Ireland.
The offering will become part of Cloud Distribution’s Enterprise Mobility stack.
Adam Davidson, director at Cloud Distribution said: “The need to deliver a secure enterprise mobility strategy is one of the most pressing issues that IT security teams are tackling today as mobile workforces are only set to grow. The addition of WatchDox means that our Enterprise Mobility stack can deliver a complete solution for resellers to offer their end users, all of whom are striving to prevent data loss, mitigate security breaches and meet compliance regulations.”
Ryan Kalember, chief product officer at WatchDox said that Cloud Distribution was the obvious partner for his company because of its security credentials and expertise.
Cloud Distribution has hired start up guru Adam Davison in a bid to give its Value Added Distributor competitors a run for their money.
The company claims that other firms offer little or no support to as yet “undiscovered” vendors that have the potential to disrupt the UK market’s status quo.
It claims its new weapon will help it search out next generation networking and security vendors, which will complement its portfolio of disruptive technology products.
Davison has been appointed to seek out companies wishing to bring innovative networking and security technology solutions to the UK. The company boasts it’s best placed to offer these firms the best foothold as understands the market and “delivers real value-add.”
Davidson’s team has, according to the company, already begun to develop tools for the channel, which will help launch these products to the market. These include tailored vendor support launch packs, bespoke sales training, pre-sales and technical training, a virtual marketing team and an end user pipeline generation platform.
Apparently these have all been created to help VARs get up to speed with the new products and grow a network of qualified opportunities.
Adam Davison says he has first-hand experience of what it’s like as a start-up trying to break through. He added there was a real need for a “next-generation distributor” who was willing to put “evangelistic effort into less well-known, but high value proposition vendors.”
Adam’s appointment follows a series of new hires as Cloud Distribution expands and develops its team which has included James Ball, Technical Manager and Tracey Hannan, Sales Manager for the new Northern office.