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Wizor AS and MindLink Software Bring Purposeful Collaboration Tools to Microsoft Lync Users in the Nordics

LONDON, April 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Strategic Alliance between MindLink and Wizor expands Enterprise Chat solutions across the Nordics to provide better knowledge sharing & communication solutions 

Wizor AS, an expert in providing businesses with high impact applications focused around BlackBerry and MDM solutions, and MindLink Software, provider of persistent chat for business and leading developer of mobile collaboration apps, are announcing a strategic alliance to bring innovative collaboration solutions to enterprises across the Nordics. As a result of this alliance, Wizor will strengthen its stand as the leading mobile business partner, while MindLink will expand its ability to meet the rapidly growing demand in Norway, Sweden and Denmark for purposeful collaboration apps on mobile devices and beyond.

Designed for companies of all sizes, MindLink is designed to meet the changing needs of the workplace and focuses on providing flexibility, mobility and scalability. MindLink's enterprise chat transforms how people share data, information and knowledge within an organisation. Highly secure and compliant, deeply integrated into internal line-of-business applications as well as external sources (e.g. social media) and a wealth of features needed within companies makes MindLink the ideal collaboration tool.

Morten Holter, Managing Director at Wizor, comments:  "We already have our first customer on-board, choosing MindLink to solve their extended need to support mobile users to attend persistent chat using Microsoft Lync. We are excited to partner with MindLink to bring even more functionality to mobile users."

Annekathrin Häse, Director of Strategy & Marketing at MindLink, comments:  "Businesses see the value of collaboration solutions but are confused as to which one is right. They are looking for tools that make a measurable impact and meet the need for mobility. We have seen particularly great demand in the Nordics for cutting edge technology in this space. Partnering with Wizor which has invaluable expertise when it comes to enterprise mobility and a strong footprint in the region was the natural next step."

MindLink is now available for clients in the Nordics region. For more information, or to gain a better understanding of possible deployment, please visit http://www.wizor.com or http://www.mindlinksoft.com

About MindLink Software 

MindLink Software, developer of the only purpose-built business critical collaboration platform leveraging Microsoft Lync, allows teams to coordinate and exchange knowledge, files, links, etc. rapidly across the business. Providing Instant Messaging, Presence and unique Persistent Chat, MindLink is designed for purposeful collaboration and information sharing.

With features designed for business use it provides mobility, security, compliance and advanced integration features while facilitating adoption through ease-of-use and innovative features. MindLink Software is a Microsoft Gold Communications and RIM BlackBerry Enterprise Partner. Its software is fully compatible with Microsoft Lync 2010, OCS 2007R2 and Lync 2013 and can be tried 30 days for free.

For more information, visit http://www.mindlinksoft.com and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn

About Wizor AS 

Wizor is a privately held company with a growing base of over 150 customers in Norway and Sweden, focusing on security and MDM solutions.

Wizor provides businesses with high impact applications within a wide range of business and IT administration areas. We are offering a unique mobile alert system developed by Wizor, secure voice, and Microsoft Lync for mobile users.

We were BlackBerry's first BlackBerry Alliance partner in Norway, and have established ourselves as the leading mobile business partner in the Norwegian and Swedish market. We are also offering MDM for iOs, Android, Symbian and Windows Mobile, and help our customers to integrate their solutions against mobile platforms.

http://www.wizor.com

For more information, please contact:
Annekathrin Häse, +44(0)203-582-1487, [email protected]

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