As part of its new strategy to address data security, messaging and collaboration needs, Opengate Technologies has added four key partners of Sybari Software--resulting in a powerful set of offerings that renders real-time ROI and TCO benefits, anytime, anywhere.
"We have partnered with best-of-breed, award-winning software companies, which are Sophos, Commtouch, IMLogic and Trace Security," says Herbert Molina, president and general manager of Opengate. "This unique combination of solutions offers the highest quality products for data security, messaging and collaboration needs. These companies are also strategic technology partners for Microsoft and IBM."
Opengate, formerly Sybari CALA, provides an ever-growing array of services and products to small and medium-sized businesses, the enterprise market and large public sector organizations in Latin America, Florida and the Caribbean.
"As we continue to expand across the region, our strategy is to attract early adopters, innovators and end users who need products that are platform-independent, meaning that our software operates in Microsoft, IBM, Linux, and Solaris environments," says Molina. "This offers tremendous 'value added' to all types and sizes of customers."
Opengate customers include a long list of blue-chip enterprises, such as Grupo Carso (Condumex, Inbursa, Sanborns), Infonavit, Alimentos Herdez, Banca Invex, Banco Popular de Puerto Rico, Petroleos Mexicanos (PEMEX), Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), Cementos Mexicanos (CEMEX), Comision Nacional de Bancos y Valores de Mexico (CNBV), Americatel, Visa International, Televen, Bermuda Light & Company, Biblioteca Nacional de Caracas, Banco de Mexico, Camara de Comercio de Bogota, El Nuevo Dia, Grupo Scanda, Grupo Qualita, El Palacio de Hierro, Coltejer de Colombia, Cable & Wireless, American School Foundation in Mexico, and many others.
Molina, born in Peru, is a veteran of the IT industry, with more than 20 years of experience in transferring technologies to businesses in the United States and internationally. From 1991 to...