Linoma Software Partners with TekSlant to Reinforce its Secure File Transmission Services
OMAHA, NE: Linoma Software, the provider of Secure File Transfer and Encryption Solutions has entered in partnership with TekSlant to gain an expert help in implementing its array of solutions and services. The partnership is set to strengthen Linoma Software’s market position owing to the TekSlant’s industry knowledge on the IBM i, Windows, and Linux platforms. TekSlant’s professional services team will also provide training and consulting services for all of the Linoma's products.
Against the background of such partnership, it becomes important to consider the role played by Linoma Software in the arena of Data Security. Founded in 1994, Linoma secures confidential data and increases enterprise productivity through cutting-edge products that chiefly focuses on automating data movement and protecting the sensitive data. Leveraged by over 3,000 customers around the world including Fortune 500 companies, non-profit organizations, and government entities, the company stands unique in marketplace due to its capability to store files within the company’s network—instead of cloud.
While on the other hand, TekSlant is a software solution re-seller and contract services provider focused on delivering technology solutions that brings essential value to organizations. Their first offerings include two software solutions focused on a critical technology requirement in today’s business world – database, file, and data security.
Considering the common interests of both parties, the partnership will bring a wealth of expertise for the companies struggling to manage their vulnerable data.
“TekSlant definitely fits the mold of our ideal partner and we are eager to working with them. We look forward to seeing this organization grow as a valued member of our network," said Bob Luebbe, President, Linoma Software.
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