Prestigio Adds GLOBO Mobility Management to Android Tablets, Smartphones

— November 27, 2012

GLOBO Plc, an international mobile solutions and SaaS provider, has formed an alliance with Prestigio. Under the terms of the partnership, GLOBO's GO!Enterprise will be made available on all of Prestigio's smartphones and tablets. This follows the distribution agreement signed in July, 2012, between Globo and ASBISC Enterprises plc to distribute GO!Enterprise Server products in key markets.

Prestigio, owned by ASBIS, is a popular brand of mobile device in the EMEA region. The first rollout under the agreement will start in Russia at the end of December 2012. Approximately 2.5 million Prestigio devices can be enabled with GO!Enterpise technology in the coming year.

Prestigio's Android-based smartphones and tablets will have the GO!Enterprise Mobile Client and GO!Enterprise Office solution installed to provide enterprise-grade and secure (FIPS 140-2 compliant) mobile productivity and collaboration enablement of the employees, increasing efficiency in many business processes and activities. This offering will be available for both on-premise and cloud operation, enabling customers of all sizes to take advantage of the enterprise mobility characteristics that GO!Enterprise offers and to embrace a "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) strategy.

Currently headquartered in Cyprus, Prestigio actively operates in the EMEA region through business partnerships and representative offices located in more than 26 countries.

GO!Enterprise is GLOBO's comprehensive enterprise mobility platform catering for the B2Employees, B2B and B2C needs of enterprises, for mobilization of business apps and software across any mobile operating system.

GO!Enterprise Office is part of its enterprise mobility suite, covering needs for secure communication, collaboration, productivity and controlled access to all critical and necessary data from any mobile device or tablet. GO!Enterprise Mobile Client provides a single point of interaction for accessing business information over a secure network, without having to setup and install multiple mobile clients.

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