Help AG Awarded The Palo Alto Networks EMEA Regional Partner Of The Year – Emerging Markets For 2017

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Help AG, a leading information security services and solution provider in the Middle East, today announced it received the Palo Alto Networks® EMEA Regional Partner of the Year – Emerging Markets award for 2017.
Announced during Palo Alto Networks 2018 Sales Kickoff in Las Vegas, the Global Partner of the Year Awards are given to a select group of partners based on their proven Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform expertise. These partners exemplify the Palo Alto Networks next-generation security innovator by investing in self-sufficiency, maximizing profitability, optimizing revenue mix, driving larger deals and broadening opportunities.
Help AG has been a Palo Alto Networks partner in the Middle East for over eight years and is a NextWave Diamond Partner. The company is an official Authorized Support Centre (ASC), providing support services on behalf of the vendor on a 24/7 year-round basis. It also holds the status of a Certified Professional Services Partner, responsible for deploying some of the most challenging and critical Palo Alto Networks installations in various market verticals in the region. Most recently, Help AG joined the Palo Alto Networks Traps Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) Program.
“We are fortunate to enjoy a mutually beneficial relationship with Palo Alto Networks and are extremely proud to be recognized as their EMEA partner” said Stephan Berner, CEO at Help AG. “Thanks to our deep and long-standing relationship, customers can be assured that when they employ Help AG for a Palo Alto Networks implementation, they will receive the most professional and technically sound services through every phase of the deployment.”
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