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Sonata Information to distribute PatchLink's software solutions

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New Delhi , Aug. 8

SONATA Information Technology Ltd (SITL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Sonata Software Ltd, has been made the prime provider of US-based PatchLink Corporation for distribution, support, and consulting services in India.

Under the partnership, SITL will distribute PatchLink's strategic security software solutions through its channel partners, as well as through its branch offices in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata, a company release said here.

"Demand for PatchLink's strategic security solutions has increased as customers and partners recognise the importance of security patch, vulnerability, and compliancy management as the core of their companies' infrastructures and policies," ," the release added.

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