Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung has launched the Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program, which is being touted as an enterprise mobility ecosystem for Samsung’s enterprise solution partners.
The program, which was launched at the CTIA conference in San Diego, is aimed at making it easier for Samsung partners to deliver their solutions on Samsung mobile phones much more easily.
Samsung said that the ecosystem will also give the partners access to its global marketing and distribution channels and a chance to differentiate their products by deeper integration with Samsung mobile devices.
“The Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program is a true testament to Samsung’s growing and influential enterprise presence and our dedication to facilitating a cooperative environment for our business-to-business partners,” said Ken Daniels, Sr. Director of Strategic Alliances at Samsung Telecommunications America.
“Our new program aims to not only redefine the relationships between Samsung and its enterprise partners, but in doing so, to ultimately enhance the experience of employees and consumers who utilize our enterprise-ready devices.” he added.
Under the program, Samsung partners will be able to get technical support for integrating their products with Samsung mobiles, access a wide marketing and sales channel and take part in event focused on enterprise mobility.