Thru Selects Defensa Technologica S.A. for Partnership in Central America
Irving, TX, November 28, 2016 – (Click here for original press release on www.defensatecnologica.com in Spanish) In a development effort of its certified partners community, Thru.Inc., the provider of industry’s leading solutions for enterprise file sharing and collaboration, selected Defensa Technologica S.A. to offer Thru. Services to its customers throughout the Central America region.
Esther Escobar Chavez, Gerente General Defensa Technologica S.A.: “In the constant effort of Defensa Tecnologica S A to provide the best IT security solutions in the market we have carefully worked with the support of our engineers to establish a portfolio of IT security solutions that enable our customers with access to the best IT Security solutions in the industry in order to protect and safeguard organization’s network and data. Because of this we are pleased to announce our partnership as resellers with Thru. Inc., for Guatemala and Central America.”
Jack Clark, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at Thru, who worked this partnership said, “We chose Defensa Technologica for their specialization on data security and data recover in the Central American market place. We believe with this partnership that Defensa Technologica can offer a secure data offering for large file transfers and file collaboration to their current and future clients.”
About Thru, Inc.
Thru, Inc.’s mission is to empower enterprises around the world to do business securely and effectively. Trusted in over 170 countries, Thru supports leading organizations with file sharing and collaboration solutions built exclusively for the enterprise. Thru offers products like Thru Dropbox™, Thru OptiBAND™, Thru Sync, mobile apps for iOS and Android, and add-ins for Microsoft Outlook, Salesforce, IBM Notes and SharePoint. Thru is trusted by some of the biggest enterprises in the world including Visa Europe, Dell EMC, ACI Worldwide, VMware, Sage, Vocera, Manhattan Associates, Costa Cruise Line, CBS Outfront Media and XTO Energy (ExxonMobil).