(Free Press Release) Pune, February 25, 2011

Quick Heal Technologies, the leading provider of Internet Security tools, continues to expand its global operations through distributors and channel partners. The company has recently signed up with five partners in Italy, Kenya, Bangladesh and Syria as part of its global expansion initiatives.

With these partnerships, Network SAS Di A.Bettoni from Italy, Smart Technologies bd Ltd. from Bangladesh, MIS Software Nigeria Limited from Nigeria, Plus X Company in Syria and Pacific Solution and Technologies Limited from Nigeria will offer Quick Heal‘s award-winning security solutions to prospective users in these countries.

These companies will leverage their reseller and partner base and jointly work with Quick Heal to provide access to world‘s leading Internet Security products to their partners as well as consumers.

"These partnerships will help us make the Quick Heal solutions widely available in these parts of the world. All these partners have extensive experience in servicing the IT markets. We are sure that these partnerships will help the consumers in getting easy access to our leading security solutions", said Abhijit Jorvekar, VP Sales and Marketing, Quick Heal Technologies.

Quick Heal recently launched its brand new 2011 series making it the world‘s most user-friendly antivirus solution ever made. This unique value proposition is playing a vital role in attracting new users from all global territories.

Quick Heal currently works with thousands of partners worldwide and is keen to increase that number further over the next few months in all parts of the world.

About Quick Heal Technologies

Quick Heal Technologies a leading provider of Internet Security tools. Since 1993, Quick Heal Technologies has been actively involved in Research and Development of anti-virus software and has been at the forefront of providing robust security solutions.

Quick Heal Technologies has established Quick Heal product family as industry benchmark for computer security. Serving millions of users worldwide, Quick Heal Technologies employs more than 350 people in eighteen branch offices in India. Quick Heal Technologies also operates through a network of dealers and channel partners in more than 50 countries worldwide. Red Herring has named Quick Heal amongst world's top 100 private technology companies.

For more information on Quick Heal Technologies, visit www.quickheal.com