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NEC BIGLOBE and LogMeIn Sign Distribution Agreement for LogMeIn Products in Japan
- 23 October, 2009 11:04
<p>LogMeIn, Inc. (NASDAQ:LOGM), a leading provider of remote connectivity solutions, today announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with NEC BIGLOBE, a leading Japanese internet service provider (ISP) and broadband media provider. Under the terms of the agreement, NEC BIGLOBE becomes an official distributor of LogMeIn’s remote access and support solutions in the Japanese market.</p>
<p>NEC BIGLOBE will make LogMeIn services directly available to its business and consumer ISP customers, to users of its various media properties and to other Japanese businesses via its distribution network in Japan.</p>
<p>“We believe NEC BIGLOBE is well suited to bring LogMeIn products into the Japanese market,” said Michael Simon, CEO of LogMeIn. “They are a leading ISP and internet media business, so they understand our business. They also have the reseller network to promote LogMeIn solutions to the broader Japanese market, from small businesses to global enterprises. They have an excellent team focused on our success, and we’re excited to work with them to build LogMeIn’s business in Japan.”</p>
<p>“We believe there is a tremendous opportunity for LogMeIn services in Japan,” said Masashi Mochizuki, executive officer of the LogMeIn business for NEC BIGLOBE. “The LogMeIn portfolio of services fits well with our business and meets our customers’ need for “anytime, anywhere” remote access solutions.”</p>
<p>About LogMeIn, Inc.
LogMeIn (NASDAQ: LOGM) makes it easy to connect and access remote computing devices—desktops, laptops, point-of-sale systems, medical devices, smartphones and more—from any internet-connected computer, including an iPhone or the in-dash computer of a Ford F-150 pick-up truck. Over 25 million registered users have connected more than 70 million devices using LogMeIn for business productivity, personal mobility and IT support. LogMeIn is based in Woburn, Massachusetts, USA, with offices in Australia, Hungary and the Netherlands, and on the web at http://www.LogMeIn.com.</p>
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