IRVINE, Calif., Nov. 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Polaris Office, Inc. entered into a strategic partnership agreement today with one of the world's top 5 telecommunications operators, Orange.
A signing ceremony was held at the Orange headquarters office in France, in the presence of Luc Bretones, EVP Technocentre & Orange Vallee, and Eddie M. Kwak, CEO of Polaris Office.
The strategic partnership between the two companies will allow Polaris Office to launch paid Polaris Office this year in France and Egypt - the main countries serviced by Orange - and expand into rest of Europe, the Middle East and Africa in 2016. In addition, they plan to continuously collaborate on Orange's cloud services, one of its core businesses.
Luc Bretones said, "We are pleased to continue our strategic partnership with Polaris Office. Polaris Office not only has an outstanding technology that is highly reviewed by customers, but also a business vision that is in line with ours."
"We expect this strategic cooperation with Orange to be a stepping stone for Polaris Office in its quest become a truly global company," said CEO Eddie M. Kwak. "Cloud-based office is a new type of business platform that is expected to grow further, and we're excited to see Polaris Office paving the way in this industry."
Meanwhile, PC version Polaris Office for Windows is slated to launch this year. Polaris Office reached 29 million subscribers worldwide within one and a half years of its release.
About Polaris Office
Polaris Office, provided by InfraWare, is a free cloud office service that offers easy viewing and editing of Microsoft Office documents and PDF support. Polaris Office allows for easy search and access of viewed and shared documents. The company has offices located in the United States, Japan, China and Korea.
To learn more about Polaris Office, visit http://www.polarisoffice.com and see how office needs are incredibly simplified.