'Our trio of acquisitions will help partners take market share' - Ivanti international sales boss

Nima Green
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'Our trio of acquisitions will help partners take market share' - Ivanti international sales boss

Helen Masters tells CPI that the integration of the partner programs of MobileIron, Pulse and Cherwell Software will help partners 'better secure remote work’

Ivanti's international sales boss says the vendor's ongoing integrations with three fellow US software companies will help partners capture market share from competitors by having a "bigger, stronger" portfolio to enable remote work. The US IT asset management and security vendor is in the midst of merging the partner programs of security software firms MobileIron and Pulse Secure, as well as AI automation player Cherwell Software, which will impact more than 10,000 solution providers, worldwide....

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