Quick Heal Technologies one of the global leaders in IT security solutions, announced the opening of its two new branches in Africa and Middle East. Quick Heal started its first direct global operations in Japan and the new branches are opened to further enhance the global presence.
In Africa, Quick Heal has opened a new office in Kenya, while in Middle East Quick Heal opened its office in the city of Dubai. The new offices are opened to service and enhance relationships with the large network of our direct partners and customers in these regions.
Quick Heal has large network of partners and distributors present in the fastest growing economies in the world. Many reforms are introduced in African and Middle Eastern countries to liberalize their economy. These reforms developed them into fast-growing urban centers. Quick Heal decided to be part of this development and enhance its brand value.
“We have built up a vast network of customers and partners in Africa and Middle East, and the next logical step is to establish direct presence in these regions. The new offices will provide opportunity to work closely and diligently with our business partners and associates.” said Abhijit Jorvekar, Executive Director-Sales and Marketing, Quick Heal Technologies.
Besides its own offices, Quick Heal Technologies carries its global operations through registered distributors and channel partners across 60 countries and is keen to increase the number further in all parts of the world.
Mr. Kailash Katkar- Founder and CEO, Quick Heal said, “With over 20 years of operations in India, today Quick Heal has broad investment plans focused on opening new branches and facilities across the globe and formulating marketing programs to support the business . The expansion will strengthen our presence globally and reach the organizations which understand the role of technology in transforming businesses and driving innovation”.