21 May 2018

IoT expert SensaTek brings Clavister to Australia

Clavister, a specialist in high-performance cybersecurity solutions has signed a distribution contract with SensaTek, an Australian distributor of security, IoT and automation solutions.

SensaTek will distribute Clavister products to their channel partners in the entire Oceania region with a sales focus on Australia. The distribution contract is part of Clavister’s growth plan, where expansion of sales globally through competent channel partners is an important ingredient. Through SensaTek, Clavister gets an entry into the Oceanian cybersecurity market, with access to a vast amount of resellers.

"We offer a range of tier one products and services, with a focus on security, networking, wireless, automation and other offerings and in this context we couldn’t think of a better cybersecurity solution than Clavister to offer our customers,” says Claus Mauer, District Account Executive for SensaTek. “Clavister’s resource efficiency, outstanding performance and innovation is the perfect network security tool that we’ve been looking for,” Mr. Mauer adds.

Clavister’s unique and in-house developed operating system alleviates the problem of known security vulnerabilities that plague other platforms. Clavister offers firewalling, antivirus, authentication and user access management solutions, which together form a complete and cohesive network security ecosystem.

“Having a new distributor in the Asia-Pacific region with a strong base in Australia is a welcome development which is in line with our global sales and channel growth strategy. SensaTek has an experienced team who will integrate Clavister’s products and services into their end-to-end offering; we are looking forward to growing our business in this region thanks to this relationship,” states Clavister’s Vice President of Enterprise Sales, Andreas Åsander.

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