MindLink, developer of secure, integrated Enterprise Group Chat applications built for Microsoft Lync, is proud to announce its global reseller agreement with BlackBerry. MindLink joins the BlackBerry Enterprise ISV Reseller Program, which enables the company’s group chat app to be distributed internationally by BlackBerry sales teams.
The demand for secure enterprise chat apps continues to rise with the growing Bring Your Own Device and Choose Your Own Device trends. Corporations are seeking out and implementing technology which meets business critical requirements as well as the communication needs of modern day professionals.
The agreement marks a significant step in the lifecycle of MindLink, which was formed only three years ago, but already has 125,000 users within major financial institutions and government organisations. The application, available across all BlackBerry smartphones, as well as iOS and Android devices through Secure Work Space managed by BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (BES10), complements BlackBerry’s portfolio of secure, end-to-end mobility solutions for enterprises.
Designed specifically with businesses in mind, MindLink’s group chat application meets strict security and compliance requirements, meeting the needs of BlackBerry customers in industries such as government, finance and healthcare.
“This agreement signifies an important step in MindLink’s aim to mobilize Microsoft Lync and become one of the world’s leading enterprise chat app providers,” said Joseph Do, CEO of MindLink. “It’s a fantastic opportunity for the business to continue to grow its user base, and we are delighted to be part of BlackBerry’s Enterprise ISV Reseller Program, which we believe will provide us with the platform to stand out from our competitors.”
“Our partnership with MindLink reinforces our commitment to enterprise customers by delivering secure technology that enables a more productive workforce,” said Peter Ng, Senior Director of Global Alliances and Business Development at BlackBerry. “MindLink’s group chat app adds to our strong mix of enterprise-focused apps for BlackBerry 10 available through BlackBerry World.”
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