Exclusive Networks extends ATC coverage for Fortinet in Middle East
Exclusive Networks announced the extension of its Authorised Training Centre contract for Fortinet to cover four additional countries in the Middle East – Oman, Qatar, Jordan and Lebanon. Regional customers will now be able to avail Fortinet training through Exclusive Networks in these countries in addition to UAE and KSA.
Over the last two decades, Fortinet has been a driving force in the evolution of cybersecurity and networking and security convergence. As its global value-added distributor, Exclusive Networks provides coverage for Fortinet across its wide portfolio of solutions regionally while enabling customers and partners with the technical know-how to safeguard their operations and respond to known and unknown threats.
“The extension of our ATC contract is a logical next step in the journey of Exclusive Networks as an ATC for Fortinet in the region. It is also a testament to our tremendous growth alongside Fortinet in the Middle East and the incredible work we have done as an ATC in UAE and Saudi Arabia. We realise that cybersecurity skills are in short supply globally and we at Exclusive Networks want to contribute to fixing that with this being a step in that direction.” said Guillaume Rousseau, EMEA Services Director, Exclusive Networks.
Nathan Clements, Regional Vice President – Middle East, Turkey and Africa, Exclusive Networks, added, “We are celebrating 20 years of partnership with Fortinet this year. Being an Authorised Training Centre is one of several ways we add value to the Fortinet business in the Middle East. The extension of the ATC contract is representative of the performance of the Middle East team and adds to our global reach as a trusted training partner for Fortinet. Customers in Oman, Qatar, Jordan and Lebanon will now be able to leverage Fortinet trainings through us and extract maximum value from the Fortinet solutions they’ve invested in.”