March 5, 2021

Defenx Expands its Branches across Metro Cities in India, Extends Faster Support to Partners

Defenx expands its presence in Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata, New Delhi and Chennai to help partners with faster support & services

BANGALORE, India / MANNO-LUGANO, Switzerland – March 6, 2013


Defenx, Swiss IT security provider for home & enterprises, announced that it has expanded its branches across all metro cities in India. Defenx has made its footprint in Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata, New Delhi, and Chennai. This effort was put-in to assure partners on the faster support and services.

Since its inception in April 2012, Defenx has expanded their branches to 5 major cities. The second phase of expansion in the major cities like Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Ahmadabad and Lucknow is targeted to complete before the end of March 2013. With these expansions, Defenx would extend faster support to the channel and also target to increase the business development activities in India. To cater to these strategies Defenx gives active support to their partners at ground level. The channel partners will be given training on how to sell the Defenx products effectively.885

Defenx is one of the few companies in the world which has its own software engine. Defenx follows two strategic business lines – One is IT and the other is Telecom. Defenx has been creating and developing technologies, products and services to ensure maximum safety and high protection against any form of threat or malware with its popular Anti-Virus, Internet Security, Defenx Network Security Pro and SmartPhone Solutions. Defenx security suite has shared characteristics: security, simplicity and innovation; and addresses home & small business as well as large enterprises.

Mr Vishal, Chief Marketing Officer at Defenx Software Solutions said, “It’s our first step towards successful penetration to have our presence in all metro cities. We have been growing steadily in the market and are expecting to do much more with this expansion. Shortly you will see our focus in educating the tier II city’s channel partners as well.”