Liquid Networx Joins the Auvik Reseller Program

IT solutions provider Auvik announced a resale partnership with Liquid Networx, a trusted advisor of strategic IT and cybersecurity services, to better serve customers and provide hands-on MSSP support. This support will extend access to Auvik Network Management for Liquid Networx customers in North America.

Specializing in large and mid-market enterprises, as well as state, local and education (SLED) market with an emphasis on network security, Liquid Networx provides solutions from end-point to multi-site environments based on a new distributed workforce. Liquid Networx is currently focused on providing an accelerated path to market, and partnered with Auvik due to the company’s comprehensive network map, ease of deployment, unparalleled visibility and the low overhead cost for Auvik software.

“If you can’t see it, you can’t secure it,” said Robert Short, VP, Liquid Networx. “We’re in the business of helping people be secure, and network assessments are extremely important to the overall health and security of any IT environment. With Auvik, you’re going to see things you didn’t know you had. Liquid Networx will deploy and tune Auvik to help identify and explain gaps, weaknesses and redundancies, and remediate these issues, allowing users to get the most out of the platform’s capabilities.”

Liquid Networx recently leveraged its expertise to create a strong presence in the SLED market. This aligns with Auvik’s recent work in the sector, supporting organizations including Fulton Public School and Orion Education & Training.

“Liquid Networx’ expansion from MSSP to reseller is a natural progression in a relationship that began in 2017, and that will result in even greater engagement for customers,” said Stacey Tozer, Auvik director of channel. “This partnership is the latest step in continued momentum for Auvik’s partner program, and draws from our companies’ shared commitment to delivering superior value.”

For more on Liquid Networx’s and Auvik’s partner programs, respectively, here and here.