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SyncDog forms an alliance with the Virginia Economic Development Partnership

The Reston-based provider of a mobile security solution plans to expand globally with this new partnership.

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Reston, Va.-based SyncDog is partnering with the Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP) to expand its mobile security solution globally.

Launched in 2013, SyncDog is an independent software vendor for mobile security and data loss prevention. The cybersecurity company creates mobile frameworks that extend app functionality to devices while securing corporate and government networks from endpoint threats, a press release states.

“Our mission is to challenge the status quo and change the game on how organizations empower their mobile workforce,” Brian Egenrieder, chief revenue office at SyncDog, said in a statement. “By taking our solution to the global market, we are connecting people in a way that can positively change business practices, reduce costs, save time, and increase efficiency across all industries.”

SyncDog is partnering with VEDP’s International Trade Division to enter international markets to sell its mobile solution, Secure.Systems. The company is utilizing VEDP’s resources to meet with potential contractors, specifically in the Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Republic of Colombia markets.

“When it comes to exporting, the opportunities are endless and by working with an innovative company such as SyncDog, we are confident that they will successfully accelerate into new global markets, while benefiting Virginia‚Äôs great economic development efforts,” Ellen Meinhart, international trade manager at VEDP, said in the news release.

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