French security editor Letsignit is affirming its distribution strategy by announcing a major agreement with Cyprus distribution group Logicom to extend the marketing of its offer in more than 13 countries, that is Bahrain, Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Malta, Oman, Qatar, Romania and the United Arab Emirates.
Through this announcement, Letsignit wishes to leverage the Logicom Cloud Marketplace teams to access new opportunities. The partnership with Logicom is mainly due to the distributor's ability to widely market next-generation solutions that are perfectly adapted to the new digital uses that companies have come to expect. It is in this context that the distributor selected the Letsignit solution for its innovation, its perfect compatibility with Microsoft messaging environments and its unique approach in the email signature management market.
As part of this partnership, Logicom will therefore rely on the strength of its sales network to ensure the promotion and mass distribution of Letsignit's offer. This significant support will enable the publisher to increase its international sales. Letsignit has set itself the objective of significantly increasing its sales outside France and establishing itself in the short term as the market leader. To achieve this, the publisher can rely in particular on its pioneering position, the importance of its customer base and the expertise of its technical teams, who have designed a 100% Cloud offer that is flexible, adaptable to demand and simple to implement.
Sébastien Telouk, Sales Director at Letsignit, explains: "we are proud to announce this new strategic agreement at GITEX, which allows us to shed real light on this partnership. Logicom will strongly contribute to increasing our influence outside our borders and to make our email signature management solution known. The maturity of our market coupled with the performance of our offer are solid assets that will enable Logicom to meet the new expectations of companies."
This structuring announcement allows the publisher to initiate its new international growth strategy. In the near future, various agreements will be announced to cover new countries and continents.