Vadium Technology Announces Sales Agent and Reseller Agreement With Grupo Colvista
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TACOMA, Wash., Jan. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Vadium Technology, Inc. the leading provider of easy to use, digital privacy and security solutions is pleased to announce entering into a Sales Agent and Reseller Agreement with Grupo Colvista. Grupo Colvista is the largest government systems integrator in Colombia and a leader in providing advanced technology, complex solutions to all sectors of the Information Technology, Military and Law Enforcement markets. Its subsidiaries, Colvista Ltda and ETC SA, are headquartered in Bogota, with additional offices in Medellin, Cali and Barranquilla. Under the agreement, Grupo Colvista will market and distribute Vadium's AlphaCipher Digital One-Time Pad solutions to clients in the banking & finance, healthcare, government, manufacturing, military and law enforcement industry segments. "Vadium is delighted to have Grupo Colvista as a sales partner in Colombia. We are looking forward to working closely with the team at Grupo Colvista to deliver the highest quality of privacy and information security solutions to both, enterprise and government customers throughout Colombia", said Jose Antonio Rios, Chief Executive Officer of Vadium Technology, Inc Internet traffic and e-commerce are growing rapidly across Colombia's highly developed broadband infrastructure. As increasing amounts of sensitive information are digitized by Colombian enterprises and government agencies, there is a rapidly growing need to secure sensitive digital data and communications. "Grupo Colvista is very excited to work with Vadium to address this need and deliver AlphaCipher, the leading edge digital privacy solution to enterprise, government, military and law enforcement customers in Colombia. Vadium's security solution complements our existing portfolio consisting of innovative products supported by best-of-class partners", said Gladys Rosario, Grupo Colvista's President and CEO. About Vadium Technology, Inc. Vadium Technology provides next generation digital security and privacy solutions. Vadium's groundbreaking technology, AlphaCipher, is a Digital One-Time Pad (D-OTP) that enables, secure, dynamic, multi-point communication structures by integrating unbreakable encryption, strong identification and authorization with multi-factor authentication into one easy to use, robust solution. AlphaCipher applications can be developed for every environment as no other solution operates as fast or puts so little burden on system overhead. AlphaCipher protects against attack regardless of resources or time applied. Vadium Technology is a privately held firm with its headquarters in Tacoma, Washington. For more information, please go to www.vadiumtech.com About Grupo Colvista Grupo Colvista is a leader in IT solutions, Consulting and Turnkey IT projects in Colombia. It supplies intelligence and tactical solutions to federal, state and local law enforcement along with military and civilian government agencies. Grupo Colvista has deep penetration in the following industry verticals: banking & finance, healthcare, manufacturing, and government. It provides mission critical solutions including software and hardware integration, systems consulting, and outsourcing. Grupo Colvista, consisting of three subsidiaries: Colvista Ltda, ETC SA, and Prima Vista International, has offices in Bogota, Medellin, Cali and Barranquilla in Colombia, and in Coconut Creek, FL, USA. For more information, please go to http://www.colvista.com/index_en.html SOURCE Vadium Technology, Inc. Kimberlee A. Mercier of Vadium Technology, Inc., +1-253-896-1000, ext. 103, email@example.com or Joe Robens of Grupo Colvista, +1-954-428-3123, firstname.lastname@example.org
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