Good Technology and BoxTone partner up
- 14 November, 2012 15:17
Secure enterprise mobility vendor, Good Technology, and automated Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) vendor, BoxTone, have collaborated in delivering an enterprise EMM solution.
According to Good Technology, the strategic partnership will provide its customers with access to BoxTone’s advanced mobile device management, mobile application management and mobile service management capabilities.
They will also be working together to work on new critical mobile device and application management capabilities to meet the rapidly-evolving needs of IT and lines of business leaders.
The partnership aims to deliver the four critical capabilities of the mobile lifecycle: mobile security, mobile device and application management, mobile analytics and mobile service management.
Good Technology Asia-Pacific corporate general manager and vice-president, Jim Watson, said that with the completion of the EMM solution, enterprises and government agencies worldwide will be able to transition to mobile-first organisations as well as increase employee productivity, improve customer service and create new sources of revenue.
“Mobile enterprise environments are increasingly complex with a diverse mix of BYO and company-owned smartphones and tablets, multiple mobile OS platforms, and more business and productivity apps than ever before.”
BoxTone chief marketing and product officer, Brian Reed, claimed that mobilising a businesses and workforces requires a three-pronged approach: a technology solution that secures the device, apps, and data; a platform to deliver secure enterprise apps; and a full-lifecycle EMM platform to manage, monitor and support all users, apps and devices.
“Companies looking to harness the full power of mobility need a secure, reliable, and easy to use platform to manage the entire mobile lifecycle – across all users, apps and devices,” Watson added.
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