Defenx Plc (LON:DFX) Chief Financial Officer Philipp Prince talks to DirectorsTalk about a further extension of the channel partner network, what these agreements mean for the company, how they are positioned for the second half of the year and how AVG being bought out by Avast for US $1.3bn affects the market.
Philipp has 20 years’ experience as a chartered accountant, having qualified with Stoy Hayward (now BDO LLP) in 1995. He spent 16 years in Corporate Finance, becoming a partner in 2002, and spent two years building BDO’s Government and Infrastructure team. Prior to joining Defenx, he was CFO of Enecsys, a Silicon valley based solar micro-inverter business. Philipp is responsible for financial management, governance and investor relations. He has an MA in Natural Sciences from Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University, and he is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales. Philipp is currently based in London and is fluent in English and French and speaks German.
Defenx Plc provides a trusted privacy and protection platform, taking aim at a large addressable market protecting smartphones and PCs against hackers and data loss. We offer compelling, fully-featured malware protection that is competitively priced and designed for efficient use of memory, bandwidth and processor. The company takes an innovative approach to the channel by revenue sharing to enhance channel partners’ margins using our own brand. Furthermore, we also offer to enhance partners’ brands with “powered by Defenx” white-label solutions that we can integrate with partners’ billing systems, supporting deeper and more valuable customer relationships.
This combination of well-designed software and innovative commercial approach creates a faster route to more markets, with lower customer acquisition costs than the competition.