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archTIS’ strategic expansion to Asia

archTIS is accelerating its footprint in Asia by expanding the relationship with i-Sprint and other Singapore-based solutions providers.

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Tue, 30 Aug 2022
archTIS’ strategic expansion to Asia
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For the secure collaboration of sensitive information, archTIS has expanded its network of strategic partners in Asia by building on the existing relationship with i-Sprint, a Singapore-based provider in identity and access management solutions.

Daniel Lai, managing director and CEO of archTIS, said, "We are honoured to have the chief minister of ACT government, Mr Andrew Barr, witness the signing of these two key strategic partnership agreements to expand our footprint in the Asian market.

"As a reseller, i-Sprint has quickly created several opportunities and we look forward to their expanded capability as an NC Protect distributor.


"Together with i-Sprint and ST Engineering, we are keen to explore potential joint business opportunities in the region."

i-Sprint signed a new NC Protect distributor agreement, which expands the partnership to allow i-Sprint to recruit its existing network of 30 resellers to sell and market NC Protect in expanded Asian markets, including Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Japan.

As a current archTIS silver partner, i-Sprint will provide level one support and training to fully support their reseller network. The company is also aiming to continue to directly resell NC Protect to their existing customers.

A memorandum of understanding was also signed between archTIS, i-Sprint and a global technology, defence, and engineering group in Singapore. The agreement paves the way for the three organisations to work together to develop technology and business opportunities for document access control, sharing and collaboration solutions in security-sensitive environments.

Albert Ching, vice chairman and chief technology officer at i-Sprint, said, "It is an excellent partnership with archTIS to offer strong document security protection and extend our security ecosystem for our over 300 customers.

"The presence of the ACT chief minister and other senior Australian government officials at the signing event was a strong endorsement of our partnership.

"It was also a good opportunity for them to meet our customers who benefit from this partnership."

The Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) facilitated the partnership, aiming to grow Australian business internationally as part of their Accelerate program, which archTIS is a member of.

ACT Chief Minister Barr attended the contract signing event as part of a recent trade mission to develop trade links and relationships with Singapore, with a particular interest in food, tourism and information technology.

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