RAH Infotech now operational in Nepal, holds First Channel Fest in Kathmandu

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RAH Infotech, the fastest growing value added technology distributor in India continued its expansion spree with the launch of its Nepal operations. The company announced its arrival into Nepal market by conducting the first Channel Fest in association with its OEMs Radware, Exinda and WinMagic.

In this gala event held at Hotel Yak & Yeti, over 55 IT personals from 25 different partner companies took part, making the event a grand success. Mr. Sabin Upadhyaya, Country Manager, Nepal for RAH Infotech delivered the welcome speech introducing RAH Infotech and its OEMs to the partners gathered.

Later Mr. Suchit Karnik, Senior VP, RAH Infotech took the audience on a RAH Infotech journey and explained why RAH Infotech has been the fastest growing value added technology distributor in India for the last three years in a row and what value it can add to partners’ business and how they can benefit from working with RAH Infotech.

Speaking on the occasion Karnik said “Nepal is an important region for RAH Infotech and hence we are setting up our operations here with a dedicated team to cater to this market. We’ve been the fastest growing VAD in India and with continued support from Nepal channel community, we expect to replicate the success in this market as well,” he added.

Representatives from Radware Mr. Apurva Bhatnagar and Mr. Vandit addressed the gathering about the application delivery and cyber security challenges and opportunities in the market and how Radware can help partners address customer challenges while benefitting from working with Radware.

Mr. Abhishek (RSM, WinMagic) educated the audience on the importance of data security and data theft issues plaguing organisations and how the same can be effectively overcome using WinMagic encryption and data security solutions. Mr. Rahul Kumar, Country Manager, WinMagic announced exciting incentive schemes for the partners while explaining how WinMagic solutions can address customers’ data security concerns.

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