CIO East Africa (Nairobi)

26 November 2012

Kenya: Cyberoam Appoints Philip Obondy As Channel Manager for Kenya

Cyberoam, the industry leading identity-based Unified Threat Management (UTM) range of appliances of Cyberoam Technologies Private Ltd, last week announced the appointment of Mr Philip Obondy as Channel Manager for Kenya.

Mr Obondy will lead Cyberoam's intensive efforts in building up vibrant partner community driving superior service and support for customers enabling Cyberoam to capture the market in biggest possible way. Mr Obondy brings with him extensive experience in developing and growing partner networks and sales and has held senior positions in reputed security companies.

With presence in more than 125+ countries worldwide, Cyberoam stands out in the competitive UTM market across the globe. Cyberoam is a channel centric company known for its converged and collaborative relationship with partners. With unique capabilities and comprehensive security solutions, Cyberoam is all set to strengthen its existing relationship with Channel Partners and, lead the market as the most preferred UTM solution.

Commenting on Mr Obondy's appointment, Mr. Alkesh Soneji, Country Manager Kenya of Cyberoam said, "We welcome Mr Obondy on board. His commitment, successful performance records, and proven expertise will empower our partners and enable us to emerge as the most preferred UTM solution in the market. His focus on the channel DNA will ensure a comprehensive, professionally competent and motivated channel for retaining and further capturing the markets."

Mr Philip Obondy said, "The channel partner community in Kenya is vibrant and developing towards an accelerated growth. With a strong and differentiated product such as Cyberoam, all we need is to focus on building relationships with our partners and empowering them in terms of training, support and marketing. And I believe unprecedented success will be for us to see.

Mr Obondy added, "I look forward to not only developing new and unflinching synergies with our partners, but also bolstering our relationships and commitments with existing partners as well."

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