Inspire-Tech has forged a strategic partnership to grow its distribution reach with RAH Infotech, further expanding the company’s business into India.
In a period where digital transformations of workplaces are necessary, there is a greater need to protect organisations’ files and increase operational efficiency. Security is Inspire-Tech’s top priority and its enterprise file share and sync platform, EasiShare, has been designed to securely manage, share and govern sensitive files.
The CEO of Inspire-Tech, Sharon Teo says “This partnership offers significant growth opportunities for Inspire-Tech. To date, we have supported more than 500 global organisations from our offices in Asia and Middle East. Together with RAH Infotech, we will share our 20 years of experience with organisations in India to provide a better and safer digital workplace.”
With its intuitive and easy to use interface, EasiShare enables seamless sharing and collaboration on even the most sensitive files in a secure environment, mitigating against cyber threats and data breaches. All files are protected with encryption, and our architecture allows controls and tracking to be embedded in the files. Available as an on-premise, cloud or hybrid, EasiShare is built to meet the complex needs of organisations, system administrators and users.
“We are excited to partner with Inspire-Tech. This partnership could not have come at a better time as organizations across the globe are working from home on account of Covid-19 and it has increased the need of remote sharing of documents, files and confidential data over the network. Inspire-Tech helps executing this task with much ease and securely,” said Ashok Kumar, Founder & MD, RAH Infotech.
The strategic partnership will focus on government and commercial enterprises who are looking to protect their sensitive files while driving collaboration and new ways of working. With our companies working together, we are looking to help organisations protect their sensitive files, meet compliance and still advance towards their digital transformation goals.