ASX-listed cybersecurity specialist Tesserent has struck a deal with Leading Edge Computers to offer its CyberBiz managed security offering to the buying group's 130 member stores across Australia.
The deal will see CyberBiz become part of Leading Edge's vendor partner ecosystem, which includes Microsoft, Cisco, HP, Samsung, LG, Fujitsu, Apple and more.
With its collective buying power, Leading Edge offers competitive pricing on its select vendor group to its members.
In an announcement released on the ASX, Tesserent said its deal with LEC drastically expanded its potential customer reach, and that it now has exposure to more than 25,000 small-to-medium end-user businesses.
Tesserent head of sales and marketing Karen Negus said the Leading Edge partnership would be key to its growth across the country.
"Our partnership with Leading Edge Computers is a key part of our CyberBiz rollout plan, and will help us to build our brand presence and market penetration around the country," she said.
Tesserent launched its Cyberbiz partner program in January. It said the Cyberbiz rollout would be a 100 percent channel initiative and that the program offered trailing commission on a monthly basis as an incentive, as well as the opportunity to renew at the end of a contract term.
Cyberbiz was launched late last year, offering a 24/7 managed security service on monthly plans starting at $199
Tesserent will launch its CyberBiz range to Leading Edge Computers members during the group's conference in Melbourne in April.