Arrow Electronics and Clavister Expand Collaboration in the Swedish Cyber Security Market
Arrow Electronics and Clavister today announced a new agreement that will make Arrow the sole distributer of Clavister products in Sweden. Both companies have committed to offering a broad range of security solutions to their channel partners and customers with the new agreement starting on the 1st of July 2023.
Clavister is a Sweden-based European cyber security vendor that provides unique security solutions to protect mission-critical businesses. Clavister’s portfolio includes network security, identity and access management, security management and cloud services solutions. Customers are offered flexibility in deployment choices – on-premise, hybrid and cloud.
“Cyber security is a key focus area for Arrow,” says Jes Kongsmark, managing director of Arrow’s enterprise computing solutions business in Sweden. “It’s therefore great to be working with Clavister as sole distributor. As the use of AI grows in the cyber security market, the need for smart, robust and expandable solutions will increase. Over several years, Clavister has been a crucial contributor to Arrow’s expansion in the cyber security market in Sweden. Under this agreement, Arrow and Clavister will dynamically and organically meet the market’s challenges and help control the digital risks.”
John Vestberg, CEO of Clavister said, “I am very excited about this agreement with Arrow. Our cyber security expertise and innovative products together with Arrow’s commitment to this collaboration will help us deliver better value and robust security to our customers. Cyber security is a team game and with Arrow’s extensive ecosystem of technology channel partners and resellers, customers will benefit from our consolidated security solutions. With this accelerated expansion plan, everyone at Clavister is positive about the exciting opportunities we can together build on. We are convinced this change will benefit all our existing channel partners and resellers and we will gain many more in the coming months.”