VeliQ Opens U.S. Office Headquarters

— May 13, 2013

Expanding into the U.S., VeliQ is opening its first North American office in Boston's financial district, which joins a global network of offices in the Netherlands, UK, Denmark and Germany. The newly established presence displays VeliQ's commitment to its U.S. partners and provides recognition of the importance of the U.S. market for enterprise mobility.

"VeliQ is experiencing tremendous growth and it is important that we deliver the resources necessary to continue supporting our North American partners and customers," said Steve Crummey, VeliQ’s executive vice president Americas.” 

An international company formed in 2006 with headquarters in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, VeliQ offers the mPaaS Solution, also known as MobiDM, which is available in over 60 countries. Through global partners such as NuWare, T-Systems, Windmill International, Mocana, and Logica, the company implements enterprise mobility solutions across the pharmaceutical, public sector, airline, financial, government, retail and apparel sectors.

The cloud-based solution for mobile device management, application management, content management and security incorporates into one unified console the means to integrate corporate back end systems. End-users receive a highly scalable, multi-tenant, enterprise-grade mobility enablement platform that can be deployed in minutes.

“With VeliQ as a partner and through our omniMOBILE offering, we are able to provide our customers a secure cloud based enterprise mobility solution that manages their mobile ecosystem, throughout its lifecycle,” said Harry Pape, chief executive officer of Windmill International, Inc. “Having VeliQ in Boston will provide us with critical support as we assist our customers in implementing the mobile experience that is right for them.” 
The VeliQ office will include a North American sales and marketing team, and an operational support team to provide partner growth.

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