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BlackBerry’s EZ Pass Program for enterprises adopted successfully in India

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BlackBerry has revealed that its recently launched EZ Pass Program in India has been successfully adopted in the country. The company announced the program globally at the MWC this year. The program allows free migration to the customers from BES 4, BES 5, BES Express, and other MDM platforms like Good, MobileIron and AirWatch to Silver Perpetual BES 10 licenses at no cost. The program was introduced in India in June 2014 and presently there are over 1,000 organizations using BES 10 to manage BlackBerry, iOS and Android smartphones.

Manoj Khilnani, Country Marketing Head – Enterprise, BlackBerry India, said, “We have witnessed great success with the recently launched EZ Pass Program amongst Indian enterprises across sectors and platforms. This further validates the point that BES 10 offers the most flexible and secures EMM capabilities available that allow for a delightful end user experience while maintaining IT standards for risk management. The EZ Pass Program provides CIOs and organisations with a scalable, robust mobility solution with lowest TCO and highest ROI.”

Since, the launch of this program more than 2,600 enterprises comprising 1.2 million licenses have switched over to BES 10 and more than 1,00,000 of those licenses have been traded in from competitors. BlackBerry is working very hard in the direction of implementing this program in the Indian market via its VAR channel. Along with this the users will also get fee advantage level technical support till January 31, 2015. This support offer includes access to BES10 technical experts, responsive online support, training, productivity and diagnostic tools, everything the customer needs to implement multi-platform EMM.

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