LiveTiles, the digital workplace software solutions company, has earned multiple customer wins across the globe since the start of Q1 2016.
The company has signed a division license for its first US government customer, The United States Department of State.
Additionally, 21st Century Fox and Nike have signed a LiveTiles division licence. According to the company, Nike was an early non-paying user of LiveTiles Design v1.0.
The software company has also signed enterprise-wide license for two new undisclosed businesses, one of which is in the real estate sector in the North-East region of the US.
The other unnamed new customer, a major telecommunications company, marks LiveTiles’ first signing in the United Arab Emirates region.
“It is pleasing to see major organisations purchasing LiveTiles around the world,” said LiveTiles co-founder and CEO, Karl Redenbach.
“Our pipeline of opportunities continues to expand, driven by our growing partner ecosystem, our close relationship with Microsoft and our own direct marketing initiatives,” he added.
Recently, the company’s exclusive Asia-Pacific distributor, ASX-listed rhipe (ASX:RHP), sold a majority of its shareholding in the company for $4.4 million, earning $2.4 million in profit from the sale.
As part of the distribution agreement, rhipe is the exclusive distribution partner for LiveTiles to the Cloud channel in the Asia Pacific region.
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