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Lieberman Software Grows Worldwide Sales Through Expanded Global Partner Program

October 2010 by Marc Jacob

Lieberman Software Corporation, the Pioneers of Privileged Identity ManagementSM, announced another double-digit quarterly increase in international sales revenue. The company attributes the growth to its budding channel partner program and increasing awareness among IT executives of the security risks of unmanaged privileged identities.

Lieberman Software is a technology leader in the fast-growing privileged identity management market with more than 20 years of innovation and over 900 enterprise customers worldwide. Its featured product, Enterprise Random Password Manager (ERPM), is the first privileged identity management solution that automates the tasks to locate, inventory, secure and manage the thousands of privileged passwords dispersed throughout the enterprise network. ERPM helps ensure that unauthorized users and malicious programs cannot gain access to systems with sensitive or proprietary data.

ERPM, along with Lieberman Software’s Windows security management product line, is particularly well-suited to value-added resellers, integrators, and other indirect software channels because it is in demand by security-conscious enterprises in all vertical market segments worldwide.

In addition to Aquion, other recent additions to Lieberman Software’s international partner program include NetBR and Secure1 Technology in Brazil, Nanjgel Solutions in Dubai, Magix Integration in South Africa, INSERTO AG in Switzerland, PRIOLAN and IBV Informatik GmbH in Germany and GE Multitech in the United Arab Emirates.

Lieberman Software continues to actively recruit qualified partners in select regions throughout the world in anticipation of its continued growth.


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