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Good expands channel program to keep pace with market demand

12 Sep 14

Good Technology has announced a Margin Rewards Program, the latest addition to its partner program, designed to drive demand, reward performance and capitalise on new opportunities.

With this announcement, Good is expanding its commitment to channel partners, further enabling them to profitably grow their mobile practices.

Good’s new Margin Rewards Program offers channel partners the ability to earn an advanced ‘reward’ credit that can be used to drive new business, as well as accelerate the use of secure mobility inside their own companies.

The new program is designed to keep up with the growing demand in the marketplace for secure enterprise mobility, particularly with midmarket-sized customers.

“Good channel partners provide the expertise, reach and industry leading secure mobility solutions customers need to advance their mobile strategies,” says John Taylor, vice president of worldwide channel operations, Good Technology.

“The addition of Margin Rewards to our partner program is one exciting component of our comprehensive plan to increase partner profitability and drive growth for all in the fast-growing enterprise mobility market.”

According to Juniper Research, over one billion devices are expected to come to work by 2018. CompTIA shows that more than 61 percent of midsize companies are today embracing BYOD.

They’re looking to mobility to make their workforce more productive, mobilise their business processes and drive new revenue opportunities.

“With a focus on education and profitability, Good exemplifies the type of partner that drives our success,” adds Helen Murphy, vendor relations manager, Bytes Software Services.

“With the enterprise mobility market growing at such a fierce pace, teaming up with a trusted and established leader, like Good, offers us an end-to-end portfolio of solutions that can expand our mobile business.”

The new Margin Rewards Program is immediately in effect and covers deals registered by eligible partners with Good Technology as of September 1, 2014.

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