With its several alliances, long years of proven IT experience and wide range of software solutions;

Prosoft demonstrates a proven capability in helping organizations accelerate their business

Processes and achieve their business goals for a big database of satisfied customers.


In 1997 Prosoft acquired IBM distributorship becoming IBM value added distributor. An associated network has been created between Prosoft, IBM, Business partners & Customers fostering the success and the solidity of IBM ground in Egypt. Prosoft’s responsibility was and continues to be in creating & enhancing business partners’ network with IBM and creating a pool of satis­fied IBM customers. Channel support is delivered in many forms including providing business partners with technical training, sales workshops & enablement, updating partners with IBM technology trends yearly objectives, co-marketing activities & assistance as needed in transferring lead opportunities to prospects.


In 2002 Prosoft acquired OpenText, the market leader in Enterprise Content Management, distributorship becoming the sole value added distributor for OpenText in Egypt. Through OpenText distributorship; Prosoft challenged competition in providing faxing solutions to the Egyptian market, that it dominates the national market through a robust network of IT solutions suppliers.

In 2015 Prosoft has become F5 Business Partner – the only company that provides an open architectural framework, offering IT organizations innovative ways to deliver services that generate true business value.

F5 helps organizations seamlessly scale cloud, data center, and software-defined networking deployments to successfully deliver applications to anyone, anywhere, at any time.


In 2015 Prosoft has become Rapid7 Business Partner – Rapid7 is a leading provider of security data and analytics solutions that enable organizations to implement an active, analytics-driven approach to cyber security. Combining extensive experience in security data and analytics and deep insight into attacker behaviors and techniques to make sense of the wealth of data available to organizations about their IT environments and users.