Russian broadliner Merlion and unified communication vendor CommuniGate Systems have signed a distribution agreement. The agreement allows Merlion, which has received the status of an authorised distributor, to supply the CommuniGate Pro unified communications platform to its partners in Russia.
The CommuniGate Pro unified communications platform allows to provide small and medium business with all types of corporate communications and to build distributed systems for corporations with the help of cluster architectures with high performance and fault tolerance while guaranteeing the highest level of security. The solution supports all actual server operating systems, including Russian ones. Since 2016, the CommuniGate Pro platform has been included in the Unified Register of Russian programs for electronic computers and databases, as well as certified by FSTEC of Russia.
Dmitry Vinogradov, General Director of Merlion, notes: "CommuniGate Pro is a solution that has proven itself not only in Russia, but also in Europe, America and Japan. In our partner channel it will be in special demand on the part of system integrators who carry out complex infrastructure projects, and on the part of second-tier partners who supply box solutions for small and medium businesses. With regard to system integrators, it is important to note that the competence of the VAD division specialists in this product allows to provide a full range of additional services to support sales."
"Merlion is the largest and one of the oldest distributors on the IT market. The company has a powerful partner base and strong competences. We are glad that Merlion now integrates the CommuniGate Pro solution to its software portfolio, to further satisfy the needs of customers from any business segment (SMB, Enterprise&Major, Government, Education, etc.)", adds says Vladimir Burgov, Commercial Director of CommuniGate Systems. "Merlion is able to offer integrators a full range of hardware, software and service support, including the implementation of import substitution policy."