Enterprise mobility vendor BlackBerry has opened its BlackBerry enterprise solution centers in Mumbai and Gurgaon (Delhi NCR), India.
The decision to open such centers in India reflects new strategy of BlackBerry to focus more on enterprises across the country.
Sunil Lalvani, managing director for India at BlackBerry, said: “The initiative focuses on the growth and opportunities of the enterprise mobility market and ‘bring your own device’ trends in India, highlighting how BlackBerry’s EMM solutions can help businesses improve the productivity of their mobile workforces.”
BlackBerry is giving special thrust to Indian enterprise market as the India will be the third country to roll-out a BlackBerry Enterprise Solutions Centre after U.S. and U.K.
The two centers – one in India’s capital region and second in India’s financial capital — will cater to the needs of enterprise customers and provide them with a walk-in experience of BlackBerry’s enterprise mobility management solutions including BES10, BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5 and BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express, hosted and cloud-based options, and in-market BlackBerry smartphones.
The company in a statement said BlackBerry Enterprise Solutions Centres will detail for enterprises the BES10 security architecture and how mobility can enhance corporate productivity.
The center will train BlackBerry Enterprise VARs (Value Added Resellers) and customers on deploying BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, and plans to offer courses for BlackBerry certifications for IT administrators who are currently managing a BES infrastructure or want to enhance their skills on BlackBerry Enterprise Solutions.