CyberKnight books over 130% of full year 2020 revenue in H1, 2021

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CyberKnight, the pioneer of Zero Trust Security value-added distribution announced its financial results for H1 2021. In its second year of operation, CyberKnight processed more than $13 Million of orders in the first 6 months of 2021 and saw an increase of 575% versus H1 last year.

These notable achievements and exponential growth are the result of substantial investment into high-caliber talent across the region, expanding the channel ecosystem, deep-rooted strategic partner relationships, ongoing technology portfolio enhancement, and extensive marketing activities.

“Despite the negative impact from COVID-19 last year, we had an exceptional first half of 2021. I am particularly proud of the CyberKnight team, who worked diligently to meet the expectations of our vendors, maintain loyalty and two-way commitment with Strategic Partners, and were trusted advisors to regional customers while they navigated the security challenges created by the pandemic. Building on the sales momentum of a record H1 2021, CyberKnight will accelerate its regional growth and expansion in H2 with a focus on sales velocity.”, commented Avinash Advani, Founder & CEO at CyberKnight.

“Our commitment to hire the best cybersecurity talent, align with the industry’s leading technology vendors, and focus on Zero Trust Security have all been key contributors to overachieving our target. Also, with our unique ‘The Art of Cybersecurity Distribution’ business model, we have endeavored to add the maximum value to Strategic Partners. Our investments planned over the next few months will enable us to scale capabilities to drive deeper on-the-ground engagement with partners, as well as, customers, and ultimately, long-term, profitable growth.”, said Vivek Gupta, Co-Founder & COO at CyberKnight.

 

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