Globalgig expands partner program

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Globalgig is expanding its channel program in the UK and Europe with the addition of a new partner development manager and newly signed channel partners. As a global MVNO (mobile virtual network operator) providing wireless connectivity to more than 200 countries through its patented multi-IMSI SIM, Globalgig gives channel partners the capability to easily integrate wireless and mobility services into their solution set. Existing channel partners have leveraged Globalgig services for applications including:

-IoT and sensor-based solutions for telematics and supply chain logistics
-Wireless failover from leased-line services for business continuity
-Primary network connectivity to remote and hard-to-reach locations
-Temporary connections for field offices, conferences and events
-Secured data access for global travelers on mobile devices

Globalgig wireless and mobility services can be customised with a wide range of data plans, shared or pooled across multiple SIMS.

Globalgig services are bundled with the Orchestra management portal that gives channel partners the ability to easily manage and monitor end-user usage and data plans. The Orchestra Portal features include:

-One clear overview of all data plan information and usage for each SIM
-Administrative functionality to activate, suspend, and reactivate services
-Quick view of users and endpoints, with drill-down to details that provide complete user information
-Full API interface to streamline systems integration

“Businesses today compete in a 24/7 hyperconnected world and our channel partners are developing innovative solutions to support the global enterprise,” said Ernest Cunningham, CEO of Globalgig. “Our goal is to provide a global 4G footprint, managed through a single common portal or API interface, helping our partners simplify the delivery of global communication solutions without the hassles of managing multiple vendors.”

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