PHILADELPHIA, March 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Fiberlink®, the leader in cloud-based solutions for secure mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM), today announced it has been named to CRN's 2013 Partner Program Guide, and awarded a 5-Star Partner rating. The CRN Partner Program Guide is the definitive listing of technology companies that provide products and services to solution providers and the IT Channel. The award comes on the heels of tremendous growth for Fiberlink's MaaSters Partner Program, which enabled 40 new channel partners globally and added a new incentive program in the fourth quarter of 2012.
Fiberlink's MaaS360 platform provides companies with the key technologies needed to configure smartphones and tablets over the air, enforce security policies, separate corporate and personal data, and securely distribute mobile apps and documents. Delivered as a true cloud-based solution, organizations can be up and running with MaaS360 in just minutes, leading to faster sales cycles that channel partners can measure in just days.
CRN's Partner Program Guide recognizes those vendors who have channel programs and derive a portion of their sales through the indirect IT Channel. The 5-Star Partner Program rating recognizes an elite subset of Partner Program Guide vendors who give solution providers the best partnering elements in their channel programs.
"The combined strength of MaaS360's comprehensive mobile security and our MaaSter Partner Program provides a strong foundation for success in the marketplace," said May Mitchell, vice president of channels at Fiberlink. "We are committed to nurturing a strong ecosystem by providing our partners the tools needed to succeed in building profitable recurring revenue business and delivering the most flexible mobility solutions to customers."
Fiberlink's MaaSters Partner Program includes resellers, distributers, service providers and technology partners. Fiberlink offers distinguished channel-friendly features such as deal registration, attractive margins, a dedicated partner portal, brandable marketing collateral, and fast start technical and sales training. Partners can now go to market with an industry-leading MDM cloud offering quickly, easily and with the support needed to be immediately successful.
"The companies listed in CRN's 2013 Partner Program Guide represent a comprehensive list of the best channel programs in the market today," said Kelley Damore, Senior Vice President and Editorial Director, for UBM Tech Channel's CRN. "The 5-star award is reserved for vendors that understand that a successful partnership does not rely solely on the technology. By offering their partners tools, education and regular updates, vendors on this list go above and beyond traditional support to ensure a mutually beneficial partnership."
The 2013 Partner Program Guide will be featured on CRN.com and the 5-Star Partners listing will be highlighted in the March 2013 issue of CRN.
More information on Fiberlink's partner program can be found here.
MaaS360 by Fiberlink simplifies mobile device management (MDM), mobile application management (MAM), and secure document sharing in the BYOD era. Trusted by small businesses, government agencies, universities, and large enterprises worldwide, MaaS360 enables mobile policies that boost productivity, protect employee privacy, and secure sensitive data across smartphones, tablets, and laptops. Built on a highly scalable, multitenant architecture, MaaS360's on-demand mobility management can be deployed in minutes and seamlessly integrates with existing infrastructure, extending enterprise systems to a mobile environment. Backed by 20 years of experience and the most responsive customer service in the industry, MaaS360 helps organizations transform business operations and reduce the costs of supporting the expanding mobile workforce. To learn more and get started, visit http://www.maas360.com.
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