Route1 Scores Major Deal To Sell To The Dutch Government

First the Americans, and now the Dutch. Canadian remote access provider Route1 seems to be on a roll as they’ve secured a major deal with the Dutch Government:

Route1 Inc., (TSX-V:ROI) a security and identity-based services company, today announced that the Government of the Netherlands Ministry Foreign Affairs has increased its deployment of Route1’s TruOFFICE™ subscription-based service and MobiKEY® devices to enable secure interactions with their digital resources from anywhere, at any time. The Route1 solution will be deployed to both personnel at headquarters in The Hague, Netherlands, as well as personnel located at Dutch Embassies abroad.

That’s interesting, but the big news is the number of users who will get to use their MobiKEY product:

“Route1’s identity-based solutions allow security-conscious organizations like the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs to easily and quickly deliver services to geographically dispersed personnel with a high level of security,” said Dean Peloso, Interim President and CEO, Route1 Inc. “This order represents an increase in the Ministry’s deployment by another 2000 users. We look forward to growing our relationship with the Government of the Netherlands as other departments look to follow the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to meet their needs for highly secure identity-based access solutions.”

Two thousand users is nothing to sneeze at and should provide a significant revenue increase to this company. And some much needed good news for a company that has had some negative press lately. Clearly their boardroom battle hasn’t gotten in the way of closing deals. Hopefully the trend continues.

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