Revez Corporation, a leading B2B technology group, has secured a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) contract order with a customer in the public sector on June 3.
The contract was signed by Revez Corp’s subsidiary Revez Motion. It will provide AI-driven cybersecurity solutions for DevOps.
The contract kicks off Revez Motion’s partnership with AI-driven cybersecurity platform, Digital.ai.
Revez Motion will offer its technical expertise and comprehensive product trainings on the Digital.ai platform to enable customers to meet the fast-growing demands of cyber defence.
This comes after a recent distributorship agreement signed between Revez Motion and Digital.ai, which will enable Revez Motion’s customers access to industry-leading technologies offered by Digital.ai.
Revez Motion’s role in the partnership will be to provide large enterprises with streamlined access to Digital.ai’s AI/ML-driven value stream management solutions, which will enable customers to grow revenue across the entire development lifecycle.
“This big win demonstrates how quickly SaaS opportunities can manifest from the strong relationships we maintain with existing customers. All our cybersecurity solutions feature AI-powered technology, which are considered critical to cybersecurity on a national scale. We will continue to provide our customers the same exceptional service they have come to expect, and actualise the full potential of the booming cybersecurity sector," says Victor Neo, Deputy Board Chairman and Group CEO of Revez Corporation Ltd.
We are excited to make our platform and solutions available to Revez Motion’s growing customer base," adds Jose Pena, Vice President of Sales for Asia-Pacific for Digital.ai. "As we learned more about REVEZ's digital solutions and discovered the ways our solutions can add value for REVEZ customers, it became apparent this strategic partnership will enable customers from public and private sectors to align their cybersecurity and DevOps value streams to reap the full benefits of their digital transformation initiatives.”
Shares in Revez closed flat at 26 cents on June 3.