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Good Technology shows Blackberry customers the exit

Good Technology shows Blackberry customers the exit

Good Technology offers BlackBerry enterprise customers free migration to iOS, Android and Windows

Mobility solutions provider Good Technology is offering BlackBerry customers free migration to iOS, Android and Windows platforms.

Good has announced a new ‘migrate now’ program which removes financial barriers from BlackBerry customers impeded by existing BlackBerry maintenance contracts.

The program offers BlackBerry customers free access to Good for Enterprise, Good Collaboration Suite and Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform, along with extended payment terms through June 2014.

A recent survey, conducted by Good Technology to over 200 attendees of a recent webinar (A CIO’s Blueprint for BlackBerry Migration Planning) revealed more than 13 per cent of respondents were already migrating or will be migrating from BlackBerry within three months, and over 60 percent plan to migrate within the next three months to one year.

The free ‘Migrate Now’ program provides a viable exit strategy for customers on current BlackBerry Enterprise Server or BlackBerry Enterprise Service maintenance contracts, who may have exhausted current budgets and feel they must wait to embrace the new mobile platforms their users are demanding. Good Technology chief executive, Christy Wyatt, said what the company was seeing across the industry was not just a migration, but a transformation, “with our customers seizing the opportunity to rewrite their mobile strategies.”

“Good has been the pioneer and leader in this space for over fifteen years,” she said.

“Our long track record of innovation in secure mobility, along with the strength and stability of our business, allows us to offer BlackBerry users a compelling exit strategy with the only complete solution and an aggressive offer to enable their move.”

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