Zentyal, developer of easy IT for small business, has expanded its network of Authorized Partners in Mexico after closing a new trade agreement with A3sec, a professional technology services provider based in Mexico. Zentyal, consolidating its commitment to the Mexican market with this new signing, will meet nine other IT providers in the coming weeks with which it is negotiating in order to continue expanding Authorized Zentyal Partner Network in Mexico.
Located in Mexico DF, A3sec is an IT provider, specializing in providing high value professional services adapted to the technological needs of its customers. A3Sec was established in 2012 in Mexico as a spin-off of AlienVault, a company located in Silicon Valley (USA) that develops single platform security information management solutions. As a result, A3sec has extensive experience in the field of corporative security, mainly in SIEM solutions (Security Information and Event Management) based on open source technology.
“Zentyal offers a range of stable solutions with capacity for secure and scalable integration, which will help us to deepen relations with our customers. With Zentyal we will offer an integrated, robust and competitively priced solution” said Ángel Israel Gutiérrez, COO for LatAm at A3Sec. “The agreement between A3sec and Zentyal is great news for Mexican SMBs, since it is now easier for them to access IT infrastructure, thanks to technologies that rely on a managed services model rather than on expensive licenses” added Gutiérrez.
“A3Sec offers a portfolio of high quality and very competitive security solutions, in which Zentyal fits perfectly. Furthermore, A3Sec offers training and professional services, which can certainly enhance the business of Zentyal at all levels” said José Ramón Padrón, Channel Sales Manager at Zentyal for Iberia and Latin America. “A3Sec provides Zentyal access to customers who are looking for a solution like ours. The A3Sec customer profile is very similar that of Zentyal: companies that care about computer security and choose to outsource their IT management to a trusted local partner” added.
Thanks to the agreement with A3Sec, Zentyal is expanding the base of Zentyal partners in Mexico, which in early 2015 already counted companies such as SINC and Open Factor and the training partner Universidad de Torreón. The agreement between A3Sec and Zentyal is limited to Mexico for now, but given that A3Sec operates throughout Latin America from its headquarters in Mexico DF, it could be expanded in the future.