Good Technology, Inc., the leader in industry-standards based wireless handheld computing software and service, today announced that it has passed another major milestone; there are now 5,000 enterprises running GoodLink(TM) on over 75 carriers in 40 countries around the world. Seven of the Fortune 10 and over half of the Fortune 50 rely on GoodLink to stay connected and boost productivity in sales, customer support, IT, field service and other core mobile business functions.
Industry leaders such as Visa International, UPS, EDS, McGraw Hill, Starbucks, FedEx Kinko’s, Electronic Arts, Deloitte Services, Unum Provident, KPMG, Dell and CB Richard Ellis are standardizing on GoodLink to wirelessly deliver information to the point of business-mobilizing the applications they need on the handhelds they choose over the networks they prefer.
Building on Good’s technology leadership, PC Magazine recently awarded GoodLink 4.0 its Editor’s Choice(TM), praising the system’s “excellent support for provisioning devices wirelessly and compatibility with a wide variety of handheld devices, smartphones, and carriers” and distinguishing it as the “most impressive wireless messaging solution we’ve seen” (complete review available at http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1759,1774932,00.asp ). GoodLink 4.0 features Zero-IT-Touch(TM) management and Global Connect(TM) technology, providing support for users on any CDMA or GPRS carrier in any country around the world.
Good continues to provide enterprises with broad choice and flexibility. GoodLink is now available on more than ten enterprise handhelds running Palm OS, Windows Mobile, and, in the future, Symbian, including the PalmOne Treo 650, Siemens SX66, PPC-6601, Audiovox XV6600, HP iPAQ 6300 series, Samsung i700 and Symbol MC50. Executives, sales professionals, retail managers, service technicians, IT administrators, hospital workers and other mobile business professionals can choose the handhelds best suited for their varying business needs.
“Wireless messaging has finally reached the ‘tipping point’ where CIOs can feel confident making enterprise-wide decisions thanks to the flexibility enabled by industry standards and the usability, management and security of GoodLink,” said Terry Austin, President Worldwide Marketing and Sales, Good Technology. “We’re excited to be a catalyst in this growth and will continue to serve our growing customer base as they mobilize even more applications on a broadening choice of devices and networks.”
About the GoodLink(TM) Enterprise Wireless Messaging Solution
GoodLink is industry standards-based wireless messaging and data access software and service that provides mobile users with a two-way wirelessly synchronized connection to Microsoft Exchange Server (enterprise e-mail, contacts, calendar, notes and tasks) and other critical applications including CRM, ERP and SCM. GoodLink’s robust architecture is FIPS certified and
incorporates VeriSign AES end-to-end encryption of all e-mail, data and attachments in Microsoft Office, WordPerfect, HTML, PDF and RTF file formats. GoodLink includes synchronizing server software, security and application software for managing multiple networks and a variety of devices including the Treo 600 and 650 (Palm OS) and Windows Mobile(TM)-based Pocket PC devices such as the HP iPAQ 6315, XDAIII, Samsung i700, and Symbol MC50.
About Good Technology
Good Technology is the leader in industry standards-based enterprise wireless handheld computing software and service, providing the corporate applications enterprises need on the handhelds they choose over the networks they prefer. The company’s GoodAccess and GoodLink products extend mission-critical enterprise applications — including Microsoft Exchange,
Oracle, salesforce.com and Siebel — to mobile employees when an where they need them, using end-to-end AES encrypted, FIPS 140-2 certified security, and cradle-free, real-time synchronization. GoodLink and GoodAccess are combined enterprise software and service that run on a variety of devices and networks, freeing customers from vendor lock-in, and allowing maximum flexibility. Good Technology is located in Santa Clara, California. For more information call 1-866-7-BEGOOD and select the option for sales, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.good.com.