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KidoZen Expands Channel to Meet Growing Global Demand

Adds Eight Partners to Expand Channel Reach and Customer Capabilities in Emerging Markets

MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 08/13/14 -- KidoZen™, a pioneer in next-generation enterprise mobility solutions, today announced the addition of eight new channel partners including large system integrators and enterprise mobility specialty firms across four continents. The new partners will address growing global market demand for KidoZen's enterprise mobile platform in emerging markets such as Africa, Brazil, China, India and Mexico as well as Europe and the United States. The new partners include: 4Mobi, Aptera, Apptivation, Brillio, Calance, Innovecs, NationSky and YellowLink.

"Enterprises are moving swiftly to a mobile-first footing, but often need expertise to get there," said Jeff Wallace, Head of Mobility Practice and Business Leader of Brillio. "By combining our deep mobile expertise and KidoZen's mobile app platform we can quickly build and deploy reliable, secure enterprise mobile apps in a highly agile manner."

KidoZen's channel partners, which now number 25 organizations across 50 countries, deliver specialized expertise in implementing end-to-end mobility solutions and services to help customers streamline business processes, boost employee productivity and drive innovation. In return, KidoZen gives partners access to technical, sales and marketing benefits to expand their expertise and grow their business.

"KidoZen's channel strategy requires global partners with deep expertise and guidance to help today's enterprises meet the growing demands on mobile application development and management," said Jesus Rodriguez, CEO of KidoZen. "By expanding our global partner footprint, we are able to satisfy market needs while delivering a fast, affordable and secure way of deploying enterprise mobile apps for our rapidly expanding customer base."

KidoZen's new channel partners include:

  • 4Mobi - Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Sao Paulo, Brazil, 4Mobi leverages its expertise in media, technology and software development to deliver custom mobile, web and desktop applications and solutions that integrate with critical corporate and retail infrastructure and systems.

  • Aptera - Founded in 2003 in Fort Wayne, Indiana with offices in Indianapolis and Nashville, Aptera is a Microsoft Gold Certified Management Partner. The firm has more than 85 employees that specialize in SharePoint, business intelligence, .NET development, cloud computing, web development, and mobile applications.

  • Apptivation - Headquartered in the United Kingdom, the company specializes in creating innovative and technically robust mobile and tablet solutions that are commercially focused and results driven. Apptivation operates in a broad series of sectors and has extensive experience of delivering solutions in the financial sector with deep knowledge of their regulatory processes.

  • Brillio - Headquartered in New Jersey with offices in California and India, Brillio is a global IT consulting firm focused on leveraging emerging technologies for innovation in banking, financial services and insurance; energy and utilities; CPG and retail; technology, media and entertainment industries. The Brillio difference lies in the firm's agility, business-focused innovation and deep industry expertise that enables customers to identify new capabilities faster, identify new opportunities quicker, and quickly respond to market change.

  • Calance - Headquartered in Laguna Hills, California with offices across the United States and India, Calance is a full IT lifecycle company specializing in the convergence of cloud computing and mobility at the enterprise level. With over 25 years of experience, they have a proven track record in solving complex business issues and managing critical implementations, enabling client transformations with disruptive technologies.

  • Innovecs - Headquartered in Johannesburg, Africa, Innovecs Information and Communications Technology (ICT) delivers ICT business solutions to clients across Africa. The firm specializes in consulting, IT strategy and IT business solutions including systems integration, custom development, business intelligence, business solutions, mobile solutions, infrastructure and security.

  • NationSky - Founded in 2005, Beijing NationSky Network Technology Co., Ltd. (NationSky) is a professional enterprise mobile service and service provider in China. Nation Sky specializes in mobile information consulting, hardware implementation deployment, software technology development, service hosting and outsourcing, and mobile device management. Employing more than 300 people, the company is headquartered in Beijing with offices and services that reach the whole Chinese Mainland.

  • YellowLink - Headquartered in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, YellowLink is a full service mobile solution firm dedicated to designing, developing and providing a comprehensive mobility strategy to more than 300 clients across Latin America.

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About KidoZen
KidoZen is an enterprise mobile app platform company that was founded around a simple, yet powerful goal: to enable the mobile-first enterprise. The company is accomplishing this goal by providing a simple model for IT organizations to incorporate backend functionality such as security and integration of line-of-business and SaaS capabilities into their enterprise mobile applications. The KidoZen platform is used by the world's largest organizations, including American Airlines, Boeing, DuPont, Pfizer, Microsoft, Shell, Toyota and United Healthcare. The company's partner network of leading system integrator and mobile service providers already spans 50 countries.

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