On the Right Track for India Expansion

WinMagic has been on a roll lately working with partners like Guidance Software and our ongoing relationships with HP, Lenovo and Motion Computing. We’ve also focused on our global growth this year expanding our business in India. In conjunction with this, we announced last week that we have a new national distributor in India – Amtrak Technologies.

India is a hotbed for security right now and there’s lots of interest in data encryption and security technology. Our partnership with Amtrak expands the company’s distribution channels in India and it also enables us to work with the leading distributor in the country.

Our Country Manager in India it well in the release:

“Amtrak has a proven track record of working with leading system integrators in India and delivering the best IT solutions to the Indian public sector,” said Nishant Verma, Country Manager, India & SAARC. “WinMagic is committed to building out its business in India and this further exemplifies our efforts to broaden our product availability within the country to ensure all organizations can benefit from the best data encryption solution available in the market, SecureDoc.”

The pictures you see as part of this post include our COO, Mark Hickman, in India for the official announcement and signing of the contract.

We look forward to growing both of our businesses in India.

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