Canadian smartphone manufacturer, BlackBerry just announced that they’ve partnered with HCL Infosystems to distribution networks and channels for the company’s enterprise software services and products in India.
The partnership will serve the purpose of enhancing the ability of BlackBerry’s enterprise mobility portfolio to business customers by leveraging HCL Infosystems’ extensive pan-India network of industry distribution partners. BlackBerry has been facing challenges from vendors like Microsoft, Citrix, SOTI, as they all have witnessed strong growth in 2015.
BlackBerry, Vice President, Global Channels, Richard McLeod stated, “By working with an established partner like HCL Infosystems in India, we aim to create growth for our partners while giving our customers wider access to our leading suite of enterprise solutions with world-class support, helping organisations advance their mobility strategies.”
Customers will enjoy many services like sales support, access to HCL Infosystems’ IT deployment support and integrated capabilities that’ll allow the customer to migrate seamlessly or consolidate their Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) investments.
By expanding HCL’s enterprise software portfolio with BlackBerry solutions, their Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) alliances will be strengthened. HCL Infosystems will provide value-added services such as technical support and consult alongside selling and supporting BlackBerry’s enterprise software portfolio.