krucial systems partnership with CommonTime brings the best Lotus Notes mobility solution to Pakistan
Outlines partnership between CommonTime and krucual systems to distribute CommonTime's market leading Lotus Notes mobility software into Pakistan. The software gives reliable mobile email as well as giving companies a competative edge in allowing design of their own mobile business applications. The partership is key in extending CommonTime's market presence into the Indian continent and South East Asia.
PR9.NET July 07, 2008 - Derby UK, Karachi, Pakistan - A recent partnership between Karachi based software distributor, krucial systems, and CommonTime, global Lotus Notes mobility experts will help enterprise mobility in Pakistan rise to the next level.
With the mobile workforce in Pakistan increasing, finding a reliable, secure and cost effective enterprise mobility solution for mobile email, PIM and business applications is becoming an important issue. When looking at software to provide their Lotus Notes customers with the best mobility experience it was easy for krucial systems to choose CommonTime's mSuite.
"krucial systems is proud to be associated with CommonTime. CommonTime's solutions are the most efficient and effective tools available to today's mobile workforce. They provide timely information to employees in a flexible, secure and timely manner, which is the need of today's business environment. Its collaboration tools ensure high interaction between team members even when they are miles away" says Faraz Karamatullah, VP Business Development for krucial systems.
mSuite is a IT managed software solution that provides Lotus Notes users with highly secure, real time access to email, calendar, contacts, journal, tasks, SameTime and mforms business applications on a mobile device. Designed for centralized deployment, mSuite is a scalable solution from 10 to 5000 users that is simple to implement and offers complete device manageability and security for the organization.
With CommonTime already renowned in Notes/Domino circles as the market leader in Lotus Notes mobility, mSuite provides enterprises running Lotus Notes and Domino with the richest functionality available, without compromising security, device management or price.
With krucial systems becoming the first CommonTime partner in Pakistan, mSuite will now be widely available to Lotus Notes users across Pakistan providing the best option for enterprises looking for a more reliable, functional and cost effective mobility solution to take them forward.
CommonTime's Business Development Manager for Asia Pacific, Matt Gauler commented, "CommonTime is actively growing its business within the Asia Pacific region and sees Pakistan as a key growth area. krucial systems has demonstrated its commitment to the market and we look forward to working together in the region to bring a reliable mobile email solution to Lotus Notes users across the country".
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krucial systems is one of Pakistan's leading mobile, virtualization, storage, content management and security solution providers and strives to provide the best solutions to maximize return on IT investments. krucial systems' portfolio is built around innovative offerings and the company strives to ensure high-quality and cost-competitive services are provided from a mix of technology vendors. This enables clients to respond quickly to changing market dynamics and increases competitiveness.
CommonTime was established 14 years ago producing world class mobile and wireless software for enterprises across the globe delivering the best-performing technical support, and product maintenance.
They have a around sixty Developer and Strategic Partner businesses in every industrialised continent, and over 120 resellers. This guarantees optimum access and serviceability to thousands of clients, large and small worldwide providing the most cost-effective software, with superior functionality, and reliability.
Being a Lotus Notes business partner for the past 9 years, CommonTime is trusted and in use in many Fortune1000/FT500 businesses e.g. Daimler Chrysler, Vodafone, Rolex, BAT, Schneider, Royal Sun Alliance and more, running Lotus® Domino.
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