Good Technology and Quickoffice have announced a licensing deal under which Quickoffice's Mobile Office Suite Viewer and Editor will be integrated into the Good for Enterprise mobile collaboration and management suite.
Good Technology said at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona that it plans to make the solution available as an integrated component of its clients for the iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile and Symbian mobile operating systems.
The companies claim that the deal will give users of Good for Enterprise and Quickoffice Mobile Office Suite the ability to store and view PDFs, and store, view and edit Word, PowerPoint and Excel documents online and offline.
Users will be protected in an encrypted environment, and Good Technology's prioritised business tasks technology will work in conjunction with Quickoffice's ability to securely and easily view, edit and share documents, the firms said.
"As more enterprises expand workforce mobility to multiple platforms in order to increase productivity and responsiveness, those mobile workers need continuous, convenient and secure access to documents," said Gregg Fiddes, vice president of sales and strategic partnerships at Quickoffice.
"Quickoffice Mobile Office Suite, combined with Good for Enterprise, enables users to access, create, edit and share documents stored on their devices in a completely secure and managed environment."
John Herrema, chief marketing officer at Good Technology, added: "With an increasingly mobile workforce, it is more important than ever to give users the tools they need to remain productive when they are away from their desktops, while maintaining enterprise security and control."
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