by | Aug 27, 2013 | IT, UC

August 27, 2013 – Globo (LSE-AIM: GBO), the international leader and technology innovator delivering enterprise mobility management and telecom software products and solutions, has achieved advanced membership of IBM’s PartnerWorld Program and its comprehensive Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) platform.  Globo’s enterprise mobility platform, GO!Enterprise, is now  included in IBM’s Global Solutions Directory ( ).

Advanced membership provides Globo with a framework to collaborate with IBM executives, sales teams, and other business partners for strategic initiatives and market specific solutions, with Globo’s enterprise grade mobility expertise being incorporated into IBM’s broad range of technology services.

GO!Enterprise, provides a complete and fully-secure mobility solution for businesses, of all sizes, seeking an holistic approach to mobilizing their business operations in order to enhance employee productivity, implement their Bring Your Own Device (“BYOD”) strategies, and improve the effectiveness of their mobile customer relationship management  activities. GO!Enterprise covers all aspects of enterprise mobility requirements, including a productivity and collaboration suite and advanced application development and management environment, that enables any back-end business system to be accessible via any mobile device.

IBM PartnerWorld membership is designed to provide significant benefits for sales, marketing and technical solutions, as well as access to R&D fields, enabling partners to create new profit models and implement product offerings through a wide array of resources and technologies.

Costis Papadimitrakopoulos, Globo’s CEO, commented:

“This partnership with IBM, a world class information technology leader, is a major coup for Globo.  It follows a rigorous assessment of GO!Enterprise which has proved its market leadership in terms of security, functionality and effectiveness in enabling businesses to address the BYOD trend.   It also demonstrates Globo’s commitment to expanding its international partner-focused growth strategy in the enterprise mobility space.”

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