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Centrify Launches New Channel Partner Network

Centrify Launches New Channel Partner Network
January 21, 2014 7:06AM


Centrify Launches New Channel Partner Network for On-premise, Cloud and Mobile Security Resellers, Systems Integrators and Consultants -- Updated Centrify Channel Partner Network Enables Resellers, Solution Providers to Grow their Security Business and Revenue by Addressing Rapidly Growing Cloud and Mobile Security Market Opportunities

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SUNNYVALE, Calif., Jan. 21, 2014 -- Centrify Corporation, the leader in Unified Identity Services across data center, cloud and mobile, today introduced the Centrify Channel Partner Network, a new tiered program with valuable benefits that provides resellers, integrators and consultants with unique revenue opportunities beyond Centrify’s previous long-standing channel programs.

Centrify’s solutions provide Unified Identity Services across data center, cloud and mobile -- resulting in one single login for users and one unified identity infrastructure for IT. Centrify’s software and cloud services let channel customers securely leverage their existing identity infrastructure to centrally manage authentication, access control, privilege management, policy enforcement and compliance across on-premise and cloud resources. With Centrify, channel partners can offer their customers solutions to reduce operational and helpdesk costs by centralizing account management and enabling standardization on a single set of tools and processes. Centrally managing access rights and privileges strengthens security and enforces consistent security policies across heterogeneous systems.

“True Single Sign-on (SSO) functionality that crosses platform, application, and device boundaries is the holy grail of today’s IT department,” said Jason Cochran, SoftwareONE Director of Technical Solutions -- North America and Caribbean States. “SoftwareONE customers use Centrify to address SSO in three critical areas -- datacenter, cloud, and device. Many SoftwareONE customers tell us their users want to use their personal devices in the corporate environment and have access to applications and other enterprise resources. Centrify provides Active Directory integrated mobile security management with simple installation and configuration; all with minimal infrastructure requirements. From their award-winning heterogeneous datacenter identity solutions to their SaaS-based user access management solution to their Mobile Device Management (MDM) capabilities, Centrify offers the only comprehensive application access management that addresses today’s modern workforce needs.”

The Centrify Channel Partner Network is a global network of world-class solution providers, including VARs, system integrators and distributors. The new program helps partners achieve growth and profit by delivering Unified Identity Services solutions that help channel customers strengthen security, meet compliance requirements, reduce IT expenses, and extend and enable the cloud and mobile enterprise. Centrify channel partners offer evolutionary emerging technology solutions to existing and prospective customers, enabling them to help clients increase efficiency in information security, enhance IT compliance and lower ownership costs. Centrify is committed to providing partners with the resources needed to grow business, maximize profitability, develop expertise, and build stronger customer relationships. (continued...)

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