Pulse Secure trumpets channel progress since Juniper exit


Over 500 new partners signed up in Europe over the last 12 months says access solutions vendor

Pulse Secure says it is rapidly expanding its channel since being spun off from Juniper Networks in 2014.

Pulse says its channel has now grown to 2,900 partners across over 100 countries, which are all selling its secure access solutions. Over 500 partners in Europe alone have been added to the roster over the last 12 months, said Pulse.

Multiple Partnerships Partner Deal AgreementThese include Interdata and Nomios in France and Network Utilities in the UK, and the vendor is looking to attract more with its new NAC Ignite partner programme, which includes dedicated lead generation and project fulfilment support.

“Across every metric we measure, from deal size to training engagement, our channel partners across the globe are growing and benefiting from our partnership,” said Doug Erickson, VP, WW partner sales at Pulse Secure.

“This reflects the wider shift in the security space as solution providers and end customers look at ways of gaining more value out of their investments.”

He said: “As part of Juniper we had a well-established, global channel and now as Pulse Secure, we have built out a channel community that has the depth of coverage with a focus on our products and benefits we offer as part of a true vendor agnostic ecosystem of technologies.”


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