As XONA strives to advance remote access to operational technology without exposing critical infrastructure to more threats, the frictionless user access platform company has expanded its channel program.
It’s a double-edged sword: advancing remote access to operational technology without exposing critical infrastructure to more threats or vulnerabilities.
As a software vendor, Xona strives to help partners find a balance. To that end, the company, which has a frictionless user access platform built for critical infrastructure, has expanded its channel program globally.
“There’s been this need to kind of expand OT and enable remote operators. The pandemic has had a lot to do with that. There’s an aging workforce, the need to do more with less. So, there’s a lot that’s been driving this recently to expand remote access capabilities,” said Bill Moore, founder and CEO of Xona.
The Annapolis, Md.-based company currently reaches about 25 countries through its relationships with companies like GE and Baker Hughes. The company has now added international channel partners to better empower its partners, expand relationships and meet growing demand.
Those international channel partners include PAGO Networks in South Korea and Dicofra in Mexico.