Beginning Aug. 18, businesses can buy Google Apps for Business from Sprint.
Sprint unveiled this exciting new relationship with one of the world’s largest tech companies on July 23 at an exclusive event held at our Executive Briefing Center in New York.
As a significant move for a major mobility provider, this offers our customers the full support of Google’s cloud-based business solutions. As America’s newest network, we’re excited to lead the way in innovation and deliver tools that enable businesses to better equip themselves for the future of work.
Mike Fitz, Vice President of Business Solutions at Sprint, delivered the announcement to an intimate gathering of press and analysts, detailing the wide array of benefits Sprint customers will now enjoy. One key advantage is access to service and support to help businesses adopt and use these powerful tools to their fullest capacity, 24/7, free of charge. Plus a streamlined mobile experience that Sprint is uniquely equipped to deliver to enhance on-the-go needs of businesses today.
With Google Apps for Business, businesses allow their people to use familiar personal productivity tools with the added agility of a real-time collaborative cloud environment. When employees can do their jobs faster, together and virtually wherever they go, they become engaged and their work becomes fun.
But hey, don’t take our word for it; here’s what the press had to say:
CIO: Sprint Boosts Enterprises Cloud Offering with Google Apps for Business
Re/code: Sprint Partners With Google to Sell Apps for Business
FierceTelecom – Sprint to resell Google Apps for Business, adding 24x7 support
The Verge: Sprint and Google partner up to push Google Apps for enterprise