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MCS Holding and Ivanti sign partnership in Egypt

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MCS Holding and Ivanti have signed a partnership in Egypt. Ivanti, the automation platform that discovers, manages, protects, and supports IT assets from the cloud to the edge, announced a collaboration with MSC Holding, an IT solutions provider in Egypt that offers a competitive range of security solutions and services.

Ivanti’s agreement with MCS Holding as its value-added distributor in Egypt provides a window of opportunity for the company, allowing it to engage with resellers and SIs as well as major corporations.

Ivanti and MCS Holding will focus on private and public sector customers, assisting in reaching DT while identifying, managing, securing, and servicing any endpoint with which the user interacts. Both the business and public sectors are expected to profit from the relationship.

Mohammad Alshare, Managing Director, Ivanti Middle East and North Africa, said: “Ivanti looks forward to working alongside MCS Holding with the aim of preventing the increasing number of cybersecurity attacks in Egypt. Together, we want to make sure IT services are always available and that users are able to work wherever they are. This cooperation will further enable the Everywhere Workplace and enhancing the service to customers, ultimately contributing to strengthening the digital transformation system in Egypt.”

In the same context, Ali Azzam, Vice President, MCS Holding, expressed his great pleasure of the new partnership, saying: “We are proud of the new partnership, which is a new step towards integrating the cybersecurity products and services provided to our customers in Egypt. Ivanti solutions propel new opportunity for coping with the market changes that resulted since the breakout of COVID 19 Pandemic.”

Azzam Added, “During the coming period, we will focus on the business sectors that have changed their business patterns due to the pandemic by enhancing the new concept of remote work after averting any security risks and threats for business entities. The joint business volume between the two companies in the Egyptian market is expected to reach EGP 150 million over the next 3 years”.

Samer Hani, Regional Director at Ivanti, said: “Egypt is a crucial market for Ivanti and we are fully committed to supporting our customers there. We want to make the Everywhere Workplace possible for everyone to be connected from anywhere using different devices, browsing new platforms, and downloading more applications that ever before.”


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