(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Singapore, Singapore Aug 10, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Sixscape Communications, a developer of PKI automation, management, and deployment solutions across IoT, encrypted email, password-less authentication, and secure unified communications announced record growth of 44% YoY to the end Dec 2021 during the pandemic at its recent AGM. Driven by increased net-new customer adoption in 2021, revenue to the end of July 2022 has already surpassed 2021 total revenue by more than 40% with committed revenue to take this growth to over 100% by the end of 2022.
“We’ve had a stellar year in 2021 and start to 2022 despite covid, onboarding a significant number of new customers, signing new partners, integrating with new certificate authorities, and validating our product development with a number of upselling and cross-sell sales” stated Dean Bell, CEO of Sixscape.
Sixscape’s solutions are taken to market by system integrators, resellers and certificate authorities worldwide as part of its 100% partner-centric model and help customers deploy digital certificate-based security to people and things in seconds, not weeks and months.
“Releasing a number of new products in early 2022 and further enhancing our IDcentral automation platform with IDcentralEDGE, our hosted offering has made our solutions easier and quicker to deploy and manage and allowed our partners to take our solutions to market worldwide” continued Bell.
Sixscape Communications is a Singapore-based cryptographic identity, authentication and communications vendor focused on digital certificate-based security across IoT, email, password-less authentication, and secure unified communications.
Counting large enterprises, banking, governments, and security-conscious organisations as customers and large system integrators as valued partners, Sixscape delivers digital identities and secure communications at scale and at speed with hands-off management.
PR @ Sixscape
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