A Reuters report confirms that software giant, Microsoft has entered into a deal with AgreeYa Mobility, a U.S-based mobile engineering firm. The clauses of the deal make for quite an interesting read. Reportedly, with the deal coming through, those with smartphones and tablets, and this may include both corporations, as well as the lay user powered by Android, iOS, among others will be able to avail Microsoft's services. The agreement allows AgreeYa to produce a software suite, which will operate together with a host of Microsoft applications and services.
Allows access to applications across platforms
Although the financial details of the deal haven't been disclosed, yet, it has been learnt that the two companies will formalize their launch in March, next year. The signing ceremony, itself, however was conducted in Beijing, reportedly with an aim to bring the project to the attention to the market biggies, many of who are based in China. According to a quote by Sandy Gupta, Marketing General Manager for Microsoft's Open Solutions Group, “The partnership, which the companies plan to launch formally in March, is intended to expand Microsoft applications for enterprises, such as companies, universities and government agencies, across a wide range of mobile devices, primarily smartphones and tablet computers.”
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