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archTIS expands Channel Partner Program to Asia-Pacific via i-Sprint

archTIS has welcomed i-Sprint Innovations (i-Sprint) into its Channel Partner Program enabling the company to resell archTIS data-centric security solution NC Protect to customers in the Asia-Pacific region.

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Tue, 07 Jun 2022
archTIS expands Channel Partner Program to Asia-Pacific via i-Sprint
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i-Sprint Innovations provides securing identity and transactions in the cyber world designed to enable individuals, organisations and societies to build trust and identity assurance for powering productivity gain through digital identity and identity of things (IDoT). The new partnership allows i-Sprint to resell and provide services for archTIS NC Protect solution to support enterprise, government and defence clients in Asia-Pacific enabling the capability of providing secure access and collaboration on sensitive and classified data.

Commenting on the new partnership, Matthew Kluken, GM of archTIS Asia-Pacific, extended his thanks to Austrade “who was fundamental in facilitating the partnership”.

“I’m excited to announce our partnership with i-Sprint to expand their data security solutions portfolio and offerings for the financial services industry and other security-sensitive organisations with NC Protect.


“We have quickly shown how i-Sprint can empower their customers to safeguard sensitive and confidential information with our first new joint client,” Kluken said.

The archTIS portfolio of data-centric information security solutions are designed to protect sensitive content in government, defence, supply chain, enterprises and regulated industries through attribute-based access and control (ABAC) policies.

NC Protect also provides enhanced information protection for file access and sharing, messaging and emailing of sensitive and classified content across Microsoft 365 apps, Dropbox, Nutanix Files and Windows file shares.

By partnering with archTIS, i-Sprint can complete its product offering to provide advanced information protection, Albert Ching, vice chairman and CTO of i-Sprint added, bolstering secure collaboration for Microsoft 365 and file sharing solutions in Asia-Pacific markets.

“Companies are providing a remote or hybrid working arrangement for employees.

“Collaboration and sharing of files have become the normal way of doing work.

“We see a demand from our customers and markets for a solution to protect such work norms, Ching said.

According to Kurt Mueffelmann, Global COO of archTIS, the addition of i-Sprint as a strong partner in Singapore, along with an immediate customer win, validates archTIS global strategy to develop key partners with existing customers looking to enhance their security with data-centric solutions.

“As a Microsoft Co-sell win, it also creates partner-to-partner linkage with Microsoft for a joint customer needing to extend the ability to secure access and file sharing using NC Protect for M365.

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