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SteelCloud opens NZ BlackBerry app service

19 Jul 2010

Mobility app provider SteelCloud has launched its BlackBerry Hosting programme in New Zealand.

Kiwi members of the programme can now have access to a cost effective hosting solution with direct access to BlackBerry technical experts.

"We have identified a tremendous opportunity throughout Australia and New Zealand for Hosters to drive sales into small and medium size enterprises," said Brian Hajost, SteelCloud President and CEO.

Hajost  says that hosting service providers include, OneNet, Emantra, Revera and InspireIT. SteelCloud has also eliminated upfront licensing costs."

Hosting licenses will be issued to all members of the BlackBerry Alliance Hosters Programme. The monthly licence fees include access to BlackBerry technical support services.

“As one of New Zealand's leading cloud computing specialists, we believe the SteelCloud BlackBerry hosting solution will provide exceptional business benefits and efficiencies to our clients globally," said Steve Victor, Relationship Manager OneNet.

SteelCloud currently offers BlackBerry Enterprise Server licensing to hosters in 108 countries worldwide.

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