Samsung unveils enterprise alliance program for enterprise mobility partners

Samsung Electronics announced the launch of Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program, an enterprise mobility ecosystem for Samsung and its enterprise solution partners.

 

We are delighted to announce our enterprise mobility partnership program to provide our enterprise partners with differentiated benefits to build the ecosystem collaboratively in the enterprise mobility market,” said Jongshin Kim, vice president of Media Solution Center at Samsung Electronics.

 

“The Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program is a true testament to Samsung’s growing and influential enterprise presence and our dedication to facilitating a cooperative environment for our business-to-business partners,” said Ken Daniels, senior director of Strategic Alliances at Samsung Telecommunications America.

 

“Our new program aims to not only redefine the relationships between Samsung and its enterprise partners, but in doing so, to ultimately enhance the experience of employees and consumers who utilize our enterprise-ready devices,” Daniels added.

 

Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program is designed to provide enterprise solution partners with the opportunity to implement their solutions on Samsung mobile devices more efficiently, market solutions together with access to Samsung’s global network of distribution and marketing assets, and innovate and differentiate user experience through deeper integration with Samsung devices.

 

“Sybase has been a partner with Samsung for many years and recently our two companies worked together to provide industry leading, enterprise class Android device and application management capabilities using our Afaria product with Samsung’s Galaxy phones and tablets. We are pleased to be a member of Samsung’s enterprise focused partnership program from its inception,” said Nathan Pendleton, senior director, Device Manufacturer Alliance, Sybase, an SAP company.

 

Membership of the Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program is divided into four tiers. Depending on different tiers of membership, the program provides enterprise partners with a wide range of benefits, including technical support for solution development on Samsung mobile devices, joint marketing and sales support through Samsung’s enterprise mobility website, and enterprise mobility focused events to ultimately develop business opportunities together.

 

“Through our alliance with Samsung and our leadership in mobile security, we are helping enterprise and Service Provider customers find more cost effective, secure and flexible methods to enhance the productivity of a growing mobile population and workforce, including enabling the ability to bring personal devices to work,” said Sanjay Beri, vice president and general manager of Junos Pulse Business Unit at Juniper Networks.

 

By Telecomlead.com Team

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