Pune, India (PressExposure) April 03, 2012 -- Quick Heal Technologies is slowly and steadily making its way into Enterprise Segments. In a survey conducted by the CRN Magazine for CRN Channel Champions 2011, the company has scored second in almost all aspects of Enterprise Channel success for the second consecutive year. The survey that voices channel perceptions was conducted in over 95 cities with 872 unique respondents. Respondents voted their vendor preferences and satisfaction on eight key parameters and 24 sub-criteria.
"We continuously try to rework our partner enablement policies to allow our channel partners enough scope to set aggressive targets. We have already established ourselves as the most preferred channel brand in the consumer and SOHO antivirus category - a fact that is gradually seeping into the enterprise market. This complimented by our strong-ground support in all major cities and strategic marketing focused on the mid-market and SMB customers did its bit to generate demand for channels", said Abhijit Jorvekar, VP - Sales and Marketing, Quick Heal Technologies.
While the company retained its lucrative image of being the most preferred brand among customers having less than 100 nodes, it expanded its policies and strategies to grapple with customers with 250 nodes and more.
The company is lauded for its flexibility in channel marketing strategies that prioritize clear and transparent communication with its partners. The company believes in encouraging and enabling partners to identify opportunities and deploy solutions.
"Enterprises are waking up to the effective and intelligent Endpoint solutions that we provide. The new functionalities that we added to the central console has given it an even sharper competitive edge. Our solutions are easily deployable and efficient and we are glad that this fact is quickly being accepted by large enterprises" said Sanjay Katkar, Chief Technical Officer and Managing Director, Quick Heal Technologies.
About CRN and Channel Champions Survey
CRN is the number one source for Channel market, helping businesses run more profitably and effectively. CRN provides the answer to strategy and branding, online marketing, market intelligence, lead generation, branded and custom events, education and workflow tools targeted those who buy and sell through the Channels. It's a multi-media coverage which delivers consistent ROI for Marketing spends. CRN caters to a wide range of business needs for both Solution Providers and IT suppliers to run their business.
CRN Channel Champions survey is carried out by CRN India, a popular channel magazine of United Business Media (UBM) a leading Global Business Media company. The US edition has been conducting the survey for over 19 years. CRN India survey follows the basic US methodology but has been revised considering local market dynamics and ground realities. The main objective of the exercise is to lend a voice to channel perception and experience in dealing with the vendors who drive their business. At the same time, the survey aims to provide vendors an unbiased view of channel expectations and how well they are managing channels and helping them to grow. In this online survey, respondents voted their vendor preference and satisfaction on eight key parameters and 24 sub-criteria. About Quick Heal Technologies
Quick Heal Technologies is leading provider of Internet Security tools and is a forerunner in antivirus Technology in India. Quick Heal Technologies was founded in 1993 and has been actively involved in Research and Development of antivirus software since. Serving millions of users worldwide, Quick Heal Technologies employs more than 430 people across 20 branches with its headquarters in Pune, India.
The award winning Quick Heal product family has been established as an industry benchmark in computer security certified by ICSA Labs, Virus Bulletin, and West Coast Labs UK. The company is a Red Herring Asia 2009 winner that places it amongst 100 most promising companies driving the future of technology in Asia.
The security products are used by consumers, small business, Government establishments and corporate houses for protecting their computers from viruses and other vulnerable threats. Foresight has kept Quick Heal a class apart allowing it to constantly engage in a quest to continuously better performance and products rendering quality service, and cost advantages. Quick Heal has partnered with Microsoft, Intel and IQuinox to provide comprehensive antivirus solutions that can be easily integrated into the partner's technology.
Quick Heal operates through a network of dealers and channel partners in more than 60 countries globally.
For more information on Quick Heal Technologies, visit http://www.quickheal.com