Cato doubles down on the channel with first accreditation for SASE technical support and expanded leadership team

TEL AVIV, Israel – Cato Networks, provider of the world's first SASE platform, announced today Anthony D'Angelo's appointment to its executive team and the introduction of Cato Distinguished Support Providers (CDSP), the first channel accreditation for SASE technical support. The two moves build on Cato's global channel investments that saw the recent appointment of Nuvias as its first pan-European distributor, new distributorships in Hong Kong and Macau, and further expansion and support of the DACH and Nordic regions. Channel sales accounted for nearly 90% of business in 2020.

"We're excited to welcome Anthony to the Cato team," says Alon Alter, the Chief Revenue Officer of Cato Networks. "Gartner's SASE framework has become the accepted way forward for enterprise networking and security, and channel partners can benefit from this major trend. Cato's SASE platform empowers partners to get to market quickly with new reoccurring revenue streams by delivering enterprise networking, security, and, now, support services."

Cato Appoints New Channel and Business Development VP
Anthony will serve as vice president of global channel sales and business development at Cato, where he will drive Cato's channel ecosystem globally. He'll be responsible for ensuring the continued success of Cato's master agents, VARs, and distributors while developing partnerships with leading system integrators and MSPs.

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