Galway based TitanHQ has announced a major partnership with the Middle East based cyber security operator Zservices.
The deal will see cyber security powerhouse Zservices partnering with TitanHQ to sell SpamTitan, a cloud based anti-spam solution for business, across the Middle East, Africa and India.
Zservices will be focusing on the telco, technology, communications, large enterprises, government entities, retailers, pharma and education industries across the Middle East and Africa.
Welcoming the announcement during Ireland’s trade mission to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, Charlie Flanagan, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, said, “As Enterprise Ireland’s trade mission will demonstrate, the opportunities for innovative Irish companies to build partnerships and increase their sales to the Middle East region are real and tangible. Today’s announcement by TitanHQ is a great example of what is possible for highly innovative Irish companies in this dynamic market. I wish TitanHQ and Zservices every success for the future”.
Kevin Sherry, Executive Director Global Business Development at Enterprise Ireland said, “With Enterprise Ireland assistance, Irish companies have been hugely successful in growing their exports to the GCC member states. Last year, exports of Enterprise Ireland backed companies to the region increased by 12% to over €507m with further strong growth projected this year. TitanHQ’s partnership with Zservices demonstrates the clear opportunities that exist for Irish companies in the region. It is also testament to TitanHQ’s innovation and ambition. Our teams in Ireland and the Middle East will continue to work with TitanHQ to grow export sales to the GCC region, offering them the opportunity to scale and contributing directly to jobs growth and prosperity at home in Ireland”.