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Secure Message and Document Delivery System Launch

Software Associates Launches Secure Message and Document Delivery System at Small Business Expo


Software Associates Ltd, one of New Zealand’s longest established software and hardware development companies, has announced the launch of Securit-e, a complete, fully secure, digital document exchange system. The product was launched on the first day of the Small Business Expo in Auckland, which runs from Wednesday, 16th April to Friday, 18th April.

‘We are very excited about the launch of this product’, says Keith Mackenzie, Managing Director of Software Associates. ‘With cybercrime on the rise, businesses of all sizes are increasingly at risk of email security breaches. Securit-e is ideal for companies and government organisations that need to send sensitive documents, internally as well as externally.’

Securit-e goes far beyond the mere encryption of email messages, satisfying the most stringent security, privacy and non-repudiation requirements of both corporate and government users. As well as being a highly effective security system, Securit-e is also very easy to use and requires no specialised training or technology.

In addition to exhibiting at the Auckland Small Business Expo, Software Associates will also be presenting Securit-e and a range of other innovative products and services at the Christchurch Small Business Expo which takes place from Tuesday, 20th May to Thursday, 22nd May and the Wellington Expo which runs from Wednesday, 25th June to Friday, 27th June.

Further details on Securit-e and other Software Associates products can be found at www.softwareassociates.co.nz.


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