Network, security and software VAD Prianto has inked a distribution partnership with RapidFire Tools for its Network Detective Assessment Tools and GDPR Compliance Tool AuditGuru products, covering the Benelux market.
IT directly contributes to the success of an organisation. Modern IT that facilitates business processes and collaboration in the chain is essential. Employees often introduce new IT functionality themselves if they cannot get the optimal user experience from their own IT department and the digitisation of society ensures exponential data growth. This is one of the reasons why it is essential to periodically examine the overall IT of an organisation by means of an assessment that enables an organisation to obtain clear and transparent information about the security, network and IT processes. In addition, with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) everyone now has to answer for the handling of data, so a compliance and assessment methodology is crucial.
Rashied Akrum, Managing Director at Prianto Benelux, says: "NetworkDetective is the number one non-intrusive IT assessment tool, used by thousands of VARs and MSPs around the world to detect problems and generate powerful customer related reports. And with the recent release of AuditGuru for GDPR, our partners can now also offer compliance services with confidence. In short, an interesting and very relevant addition to our portfolio for our partners in the Benelux."
Tara Newman, Director International Sales & Marketing at RapidFire Tools, adds: "we launched the Audit Guru for GDPR Partner program, that includes Training, Onboarding Assistance, Marketing Materials, NFR Products and an online management portal, and we are enthusiastic about a real Value Add Distributor like Prianto helping us to expand in the Benelux market. We see a lot of possibilities for all our existing and new partners and MSPs, resulting in realistic possibilities for the future. We are convinced Prianto Benelux, with their in-house GDPR knowledge, can make this successful."