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NetMotion Wireless Partners With Ingram Micro Mobility to Deliver Enterprise Mobility Management in Europe

World Leader in Technology and Supply Chain Services Enables NetMotion to Better Serve Bourgeoning International Mobility Markets

SEATTLE, WA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/21/14 -- NetMotion Wireless, provider of mobility management software and solutions for mobile workforces, today announced a new distribution agreement with Ingram Micro Europe BVBA, (Ingram Micro Mobility) an indirect subsidiary of Ingram Micro Inc. This agreement demonstrates NetMotion's commitment to serve emerging mobility markets around the world.

"Ingram Micro Mobility is the ideal mobile-centric distribution partner to help us expand our presence with enterprises globally," said Erik Prusch, CEO, NetMotion Wireless. "Their strong reputation and international reach map perfectly with our growing worldwide focus. This partnership comes on the heels of opening our new European headquarters and will help us quickly increase both market traction and partner responsiveness."

"Mobile productivity is becoming increasingly important to enterprises across Europe," said Marios Ktisti, senior manager, companion products (software and services Europe), Ingram Micro Mobility. "NetMotion's software fits well within our enterprise mobility software portfolio as an enabler of secure and optimized mobile deployments."

"We are excited by the opportunity of working with Ingram Micro Mobility and their reseller channel to reach a wider range of enterprise customers to ensure the success of their mobile deployments," said Erik Helms, general manager, EMEA & ROW, NetMotion Wireless. "Ingram Micro Mobility's extensive on-the-ground experience will be invaluable as we enter new European markets."

NetMotion's mobility management solutions are anchored by its flagship Mobility and Locality platforms, which enable enterprises to address the need for more effective management over mobile workforce deployments. NetMotion Mobility is the most trusted connectivity software solution for improving productivity, security and control of a mobile workforce. NetMotion Locality can be used to measure and monitor cellular network performance, applications, devices and their users. This provides IT staff a mission-critical tool set for device and network evaluation, along with the ability to troubleshoot cellular networks that the company doesn't own. Locality can be installed with mobility or as a standalone solution for customers who may already have a VPN solution.

In January, under the leadership of new CEO Erik Prusch, NetMotion Wireless announced an expanded Reseller Partner Program designed to accelerate sales revenues and drive success for partners targeting the mobile enterprise. Partners interested in offering NetMotion's mobility management software to enterprise and other vertical market customers, including energy/utilities, healthcare, insurance, telecom and transportation, can learn more by calling +1-206-691-5500 or emailing [email protected].

About NetMotion Wireless

NetMotion Wireless develops mobility management software for organizations with mission-critical mobile workforces. The company's products address the unique challenges created by these workforces by providing the security, visibility and control that IT departments demand, while minimizing the connectivity challenges faced in the field, so mobile workers can be more productive. Thousands of enterprises around the world are using NetMotion products to keep millions of mobile workers connected to applications. The company is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Visit www.netmotionwireless.com.

About Ingram Micro Inc.

Ingram Micro helps businesses realize the promise of technology. No other company delivers the full spectrum of global technology and supply chain services to businesses around the world. Ingram Micro's global infrastructure and deep expertise in technology solutions, supply chain, cloud and mobility enable its business partners to operate efficiently and successfully in the markets they serve. Unrivaled agility, deep market insights and the trust and dependability that comes from decades of proven relationships, set Ingram Micro apart and ahead. Discover how Ingram can help you realize the promise of technology.

About Ingram Micro Mobility

Ingram Micro Mobility delivers supply chain and distribution solutions across the full spectrum of the mobility device lifecycle, through innovation, insight and focused execution.

NetMotion and NetMotion Mobility are registered trademarks of NetMotion Wireless, Inc. Locality is a trademark of NetMotion Wireless, Inc. All other trade names, trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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