Bloxx has signed an agreement with e92plus, an IT security distributor based in Holland. Under the terms of the agreement, e92plus will recruit security resellers in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg (Benelux) to market and sell Bloxx Web and email filtering products, as well as provide technical support, installation services, sales training and pre- and post-sales consultancy.
The agreement will build on Bloxx’s established customer base in the Netherlands and expand the availability of Bloxx products in the region.
“We are excited to be distributing Bloxx Web and email filtering solutions in Benelux and believe we can quickly build on the substantial business in the region,” said Hans Maatkamp, Business Development Director at e92plus. “The unique technology provided by Bloxx that delivers dynamic filtering of Dutch language Web pages is a significant differentiator in the security market, which appeals to resellers and delivers substantial end user benefits
“We are keen to further expand the Bloxx brand and increase the availability of our Web and email filtering solutions in Benelux and are delighted to have concluded this distribution agreement,” said Eamonn Doyle, Chief Executive Officer at Bloxx. “We firmly believe that e92plus has the market knowledge, resources and security experience to help us expand further in the region, build a reseller network and increase sales.”
Bloxx Tru-View Technology, developed at the company’s research labs in Livingston, UK, allows Web pages to be accurately classified and filtered in real-time. This patent-applied-for approach is integrated into the Bloxx Web Filter, the first commercially available Web filter that could cope with the rapid growth of the Internet and the dynamic nature of Web 2.0 content. The software has now been further developed for use in the recently launched Bloxx Email Filter. Bloxx Web and email filtering appliances, powered by Tru-View Technology, help IT companies and organisations proactively manage users’ access to Web content and emails which might otherwise lower productivity, expose the organisation to risk and liability, or pose a network security threat.