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Express Data lands ANZ deal with Good Technology

29 May 12

ICT distributor Express Data has signed a distribution deal with US-based enterprise mobility solution provider, Good Technology.


Working across iOS, Android and Windows Phone, Good offers solutions to support the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend, including mobile security, remote device management, and government compliance.


The deal will see Express Data ‘streamline’ the Good Technology partner program in the region, implementing a unique program for engaging resellers in the mobility market.


Peter Masters, director of marketing and vendors at Express Data, says this market represents a tremendous opportunity for the channel.


"We see Good’s mobile device management solutions as an essential part to many businesses seeking the balance between safety and accessibility, employee productivity and employee privacy,” Masters says.


Express Data has around 400 staff overall in Australia and New Zealand.

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