Voltage Security Drives Recurring Revenue

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<p><strong>Palo Alto, Calif. &mdash; Nov. 15 </strong><br />Voltage Security Inc., a global provider of information encryption, launched the Voltage Entourage Partner Program &mdash; a broad initiative that provides lucrative on-premises encryption and security as a service (SaaS) opportunities to worldwide partners.<br /><br />Entourage signals Voltage&rsquo;s steadfast commitment to the entire partner ecosystem, delivering recurring revenue opportunities to security VARs, managed service providers (MSPs), integrators and solutions providers. Through Entourage, Voltage partners gain timely, powerful marketing and sales tools and an online portal to drive new revenue opportunities in the rapidly expanding data encryption and SaaS markets.<br /><br />&ldquo;Working closely with Voltage, our customers can profit from growing demand for encryption solutions that protect customer assets,&rdquo; said Walter Mclaughlin, director of sales, BEW Global. &ldquo;Voltage is the encryption industry&rsquo;s rising star. Their revenues are growing swiftly, and partners make up more than 40 percent of their business today. They are delivering innovative solutions, investment protection and peace of mind to Voltage partners and customers.&rdquo;<br /><br />The Entourage Partner Program offers numerous benefits to Voltage partners, including:<br /><br />&bull;    Sales incentives and reward programs that provide high-margin opportunities to loyal Voltage partners<br /><br />&bull;    A new portal featuring product demos, training materials, sales tools and other resources to accelerate partner sales<br /><br />&bull;    Expert guidance to help partners master the business models<br /><br />&bull;    Priority support and ongoing training across Voltage&rsquo;s encryption and SaaS product lines<br /><br />&ldquo;The encryption market and Voltage together have reached a tipping point,&rdquo; said Tammy Schuring, vice president of sales, Voltage Security. &ldquo;Through Entourage, our partners now have a single source for e-mail, file and database threats both from software and a SaaS offering perspective.&rdquo;<br /><br />Voltage is enabling the new era of information encryption. Solutions leverage breakthrough cryptographic technologies, such as Identity-Based Encryption (IBE), establishing unprecedented usability, scalability and lowest total cost of ownership (TCO). <br /><br />The Voltage platform and product portfolio includes:<br /><br />&bull;    Voltage Security Network (VSN): The company&rsquo;s security as a service platform, a hosted secure e-mail solution under a managed services model<br /><br />&bull;    Voltage Data Protection System: A comprehensive solution that addresses the complex problem of application-level encryption; provides persistent protection wherever data is collected, stored and used<br /><br />&bull;    Voltage SecureMail: The most comprehensive yet easiest to manage and use encryption solution available<br /><br />&bull;    Voltage SecureFile: Allows individuals and groups to encrypt files without exchanging certificates or &ldquo;phone-based&rdquo; passwords<br /><br />&bull;    Voltage Key Management Server: Eliminates the complexity of legacy key management systems<br /><br />&ldquo;Our international partners will benefit from the Voltage Entourage Partner Program by having access to tools, programs and tactics employed by Voltage around the world,&rdquo; said Ray Kruck, vice president of business development and international sales, Voltage Security, &ldquo;Demand for encryption and secure messaging is very strong in international markets, particularly Japan and Europe, and Voltage Security is driving the success of its business in lockstep with the success of our partners.&rdquo;<br /><br />For more information about the new Voltage Entourage Program, visit www.voltage.com/partners. </p>

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