Oak Innovation has today announced that it has partnered with LogMeIn to extend reach in the UK market. This represents a key step in Oak’s evolution and expands the range of cloud services on offer to our partners in UK.
LogMeIn has created tools that allow people to work from anywhere and the company believes that in the coming years environmental, social and economic factors, along with new technologies like 5G, will mean more and more companies adopt “the virtual workplace.” Its technology has the same design philosophy: Make it simple, secure and easy to deploy – from anywhere. It’s this that makes LogMeIn the work-from-anywhere partner of choice for organizations of all sizes, from millions of individual professionals, to hundreds of thousands of SMBs to some of the world’s largest and best-known brands. The distribution agreement includes LogMeIn’s award-winning product portfolio including GoToMeeting, GoToConnect, GoToWebinar, LogMeIn Rescue and RescueAssist, which are all sold on a subscription-based model.
William Emm, CEO at Oak Innovation said, “LogMeIn products are a great addition to our portfolio. Easy to use and ideal for mobile and remote workers, the range comes at a time when many businesses are looking for flexible working solutions. Organizations can choose to add to or replace their existing business telephony to provide an excellent progressive migration path.”
“As a leader in channel sales, Oak Innovation brings significant expertise to our own aim to be the work-from-anywhere partner of choice for organizations globally. We are laser-focused on unlocking potential and building a better a world for us all. At work, at home, wherever businesses and individuals need to connect,” said Keith Bartlett, director of channel sales, LogMeIn. “Through our collaboration with Oak Innovation, we look forward to delivering this to the market this year.”
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