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SecurEnvoy conducts reseller recruitment drive

SecurEnvoy, providers of tokenless two-factor authentication, has stepped up its growth by adopting an aggressive channel reseller recruitment campaign across the USA.

The organisation’s rapid growth rate globally has accelerated the need for additional high profile channel partners in the USA to strengthen its presence out of its native UK. The provider of two-factor authentication has also recently launched its Version 7 software which utilises existing mobile devices to create a reliable and safe method to put users in control.

The two-factor authentication security market is growing rapidly. Gartner estimated revenue across all segments of the authentication market in 2011 was in the region of $2 billion, this figure continued to rise in 2012. As a result, it’s becoming a minefield for resellers, especially when the solutions sought by the end user can vary greatly.

When choosing a partner, resellers must take into consideration both the product and the business it will pair with. SecurEnvoy’s recent transition into a PLC is a welcome addition to its attractive credentials for resellers. SecurEnvoy is celebrating both its PLC status and 15 years pioneering in this market.

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Steve Watts, co-founder and sales director at SecurEnvoy, commented: "Our reseller base is going from strength to strength and we are keen to maximise our potential within the US market.

"As a global leader in tokenless two-factor authentication technology, and recent move to PLC status, we are proving to be a force to be reckoned with. The adoption by US customers and their resellers has seen our fastest growth to date.

"At a time when some industries are pushing single figure growth we are growing at around 59%year on year. When existing token users decide to change their use of plastic devices, they trial our solution and find the migration is hours and not days or even weeks as they are used to. For the new user of SecurEnvoy’s two-factor authentication, the choice of device and method of delivery available can suit all types of user and preferences."

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