South African Security Distributor expands in Africa

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Johannesburg based Intact Software Distribution, Security Distributor from South Africa expanding its reach in Africa with the opening up an office in Nairobi, Kenya to serve the East African market. Leading names in information security business such as Avira, Bitdefender, F-Secure, Kaspersky Lab, Avast, Iron Tree, Group IB, and Cybonet are part of its portfolio.

The distributor has picked up a industry expert, Nathan Wohoro to run its Kenya operations. Wohoro brings with him years of experience and in-depth market knowledge as well as the technical expertise in information security. He will be responsible for overseeing business development, and will work closely with local channel partners and end-users throughout Kenya, and the region as a whole.

Talking about the opening of its office in Nairobi that will service the East Africa region the CEO for Intact, Simon Campbell-Young said “this expansion into East Africa is part of the distributor’s ongoing growth strategy. Kenya is a rich and exciting economy and is very much under-represented in terms of security tools and solutions.”

The company provides a focused approach to support and technical knowledge transfer in association with the channel. Campbell-Young added, “We are thrilled to be expanding our footprint into Africa. The market has shown continued maturity towards security tools and solutions, and Intact is focused on customer satisfaction, and will use its best-in-class solutions to meet clients’ needs and requirements.”

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