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Monday, November 3, 2008
“We are witnessing triple digit, year-over-year sales growth,“says Ajay Jain, CEO, Quantum Secure, Inc.. This Silicon Valley, California-based provider of enterprise software believes that it created its own kind of niche space: its software is designed to manage and streamline security identities, compliance, events and operations across disparate physical security systems. The company, founded in 2004, aims to converge the world of physical and logical security via software that provides a single, fully interoperable and integrated physical security policy platform whereas data from various physical security systems are aggregated and normalized in real time. This results in a unified security operation using a common platform to measure key security metrics and management objectives, including those surrounding cost, compliance and risk.

Quantum Secure’s primary 2008 milestones included the update of its flagship SAFE software portfolio, the continued development of high-quality partnerships and the strengthening of its leadership team. Also, the company noted the success of these focused strategies has contributed to Quantum Secure’s recent customer wins, such as well-known enterprise organizations Adobe Systems, First Data Corporation, Juniper Networks and the Greater Toronto Airport Authority. Other customer wins include major international airports, large healthcare organizations and highly regulated government agencies. It also has several companies from global 2000 corporations list to its kitty.

“Our recent launch of SAFE 3.0 reflects the company’s expanding market reach in several key vertical markets, and includes new applications that provide specific industry best practices for the unique security requirements of these highly regulated and highly complex industries,” explains Jain. Interestingly, the company also forged several new channel partnerships in 2008, including Johnson Controls, IBM, and Deloitte.

Quantum Secure is privately held and has received venture financing from Dunrath Capital, Crestline Investments and Nexgen Capital Ventures. “Now the company is growing over 100percent year over year and we are well equipped to face the challenges of emerging completion,” concludes Jain.
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