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AgreeYa Mobility to Unveil Onvelop Unified Collaboration and Communication Platform at MWC 2013

February 22, 2013

AgreeYa Mobility is marking its presence at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (News - Alert) 2013 in Barcelona, Spain by unveiling the enhanced Onvelop Unified Collaboration and Communication Platform. The company has also built alliances with Microsoft and Samsung (News - Alert) to allow Onvelop to provide secure mobile access to SharePoint, Lync, Office 365 and more via Android, iOS and Windows 8 Phones and devices.

Based on the Windows Azure platform, AgreeYa Mobility helps telecom operators raise the bar on collaboration and communication for enterprise customers. It also enables them to offer targeted solutions to their enterprise customers by integrating disparate SaaS (News - Alert) /OTT offerings.

The recently debuted Onvelop is a unified collaboration and communication platform that makes use of licensed Microsoft protocols to provide secure access to enterprise server software such as SharePoint, Lync, Office 365 and more from smartphones and tablets across multiple operating systems like iOS, Android (News - Alert) and Windows 8.

AgreeYa Mobility’s Onvelop Cloud Platform even offers a unified solution to telecom operators, which helps them enhance their offerings in the enterprise mobility space. It also allows them to increase their ARPU by increased usage of 3G & LTE (News - Alert) networks for enterprise mobility offerings.

"Today's companies spend exorbitant amounts of time, money and resources on the software and infrastructure that help employees work and collaborate efficiently and effectively," says Krish Kupathil, CEO of AgreeYa Mobility. "But until now, those employees were handcuffed to computers and unable to access those tools on their mobile devices. Thanks in part to monumental agreements with Microsoft and Samsung, we're able to provide that access while maintaining the high level of data security that companies require -- even on employees' personal mobile devices."

Additionally, the highly customizable solution is capable of offering users with entree to enterprise software via Samsung Android tablets and smartphones as well as iOS devices while preserving document security and company data-access policies without requiring additional MDM software.

This platform's patented user experience offers unparalleled productivity and flexibility for BYOD users and complete security and control for the enterprises that implement it, according to the company.

Edited by Brooke Neuman

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