BlackBerry and ISEC7 to Support Users Around The Globe

— April 29, 2013

BlackBerry has signed a joint agreement with ISEC7, a global provider of mobile business services and software solutions, to jointly support BlackBerry 10 Readiness services globally.

Under the agreement, ISEC7 will offer customers three BlackBerry 10 Readiness Services to help transition from existing BlackBerry Enterprise Server systems or other device management solutions to BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, as well as provide an end-to-end service for developing or porting existing apps to BB10.


Three BlackBerry 10 Readiness Services will be offered – Change Management and Planning with Migration Services, Change Management and Planning with Remote Installation, and BlackBerry 10 Application Development Services. The services are designed to help organizations of any size transition from BlackBerry Enterprise Server (versions 4 and 5) or other device management solutions to BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, as well as provide an end-to-end service for developing or porting existing apps to BB 10.

ISEC7 will use its migration tool, B*Nator, which is designed to automatically migrate information from BlackBerry Enterprise Server 4 or 5 to BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10.

BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10 is designed to integrate with existing BlackBerry Enterprise Server deployments and manage a range of devices including BB 10 smartphones, PlayBook tablets, and earlier BB OS platforms (BBOS 7.1 and earlier), as well as iOS and Android smartphones and tablets – from a single, unified web-based console.

Fernando Quintela from NCG BANCO, S.A said, “With ISEC7 we have a relationship of total confidence for all mobility issues. In addition to being a strategic BlackBerry 10 partner, ISEC7 works closely with our technical staff giving all their experience and professionalism. We are excited to have the new BlackBerry 10 platform up and running bringing the productivity and power that our company expects from mobile devices.”

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