US-based security-solutions provider gives incentives to on-ground teams in PHL

AMERICAN network security appliance company Cyberoam Technologies has given incentives to its Filipino sales partners for contributing to its immense growth.

The firm is offering an attractive cash perk for sales representatives, who are Cyberoam account managers within its partner companies.

Cyberoam Asia Pacific Business Head Amar Mehta said their organization has been a 100-percent channel-driven company with partners responsible for extending its reach and support to clients.  “Our partners constantly engage with the end customers, keeping us abreast of their challenges and requirements, eventually allowing us to innovate and bring in advancements to our solutions,” he said.

“This offer is just a gesture to acknowledge our partners’ contributions and also motivate them to secure more organizations with next-generation security from Cyberoam,” he added.

Dubbed “Cyberoam Sales Bonanza,” incentives are based on the appliance’s model numbers, as well as subscription type and period.

The offer is valid only for Cyberoam appliances sold within July 1 to September 30, 2015.

Sales staff should be registered in the Cyberoam partners’ portals to qualify for the incentive.

“Normally, such offers are intended only to partner companies. But this time, we have moved a step further with this offer which provides incentives to sales representatives who actually sell our solutions,” Mehta said.

Cyberoam offers future-ready security solutions to physical and virtual networks in organizations with its Next-Generation Firewalls and Unified Threat Management appliances.

The virtual and hardware Cyberoam Central Console appliances offer Centralized Security Management choices to organizations, while Cyberoam iView allows intelligent logging and reporting with one-of-their-kind, in-depth reports.

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Roderick L. Abad graduated from Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, with a degree course in Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication. He has 12 years of journalism experience, starting as a Special Features Writer in a major daily newspaper. In 2006, he moved to the BusinessMirror in the same capacity and, eventually, became a beat reporter. To his credit, he was a finalist in the 2011 Holcim Journalism Awards for Sustainable Construction and the 2013 Lasallian Scholarum Awards. He remains affiliated with the BusinessMirror as a contributor.