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Kahootz joins ADS

Posted 2 May 2017 · Add Comment

Provider of the Defence Share platform for the UK's Ministry of Defence (MoD), Kahootz, has been accepted as a member of ADS.

ADS is the UK trade organisation for companies in the aerospace, defence, security and space Sectors and is made up of 1,000 UK registered businesses ranging from SMEs to multinational organisations.

Defence Share enables the MoD to safely share information with industry, other government departments and allied nations using a public cloud collaboration service which can be accessed on demand over MoD private networks and the public internet.

John Glover, Sales and Marketing Director at Kahootz said: “I am delighted that we have been accepted as a member of ADS.

“Our relationship with the MoD and UKCeB has allowed us to gain a deep insight into the unique challenges the defence industry and its supply chain face, with regards to secure collaboration.

“As active members, we will be looking to discuss these challenges with the wider ADS community and use our knowledge to help solve them.”

Luca Leone, Business Development Manager at Kahootz and formerly chairman of the Defence Export Focus Group at ADS said: “Joining ADS shows that we’re keen to further develop our close relationship with the defence industry.

“We look forward to engaging with our fellow members through the different networking events and exhibitions that ADS host every year.”

Kahootz will be joining ADS on the UK Pavilion at DSEI (Defence and Security Equipment International), which takes place at the ExCeL in London on 12th September - 15th September 2017.


 

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