This week SEVEN, a provider of push e-mail software, and UFIDA, one of the largest independent software providers in China, announced a new partnership that will provide UFIDA Umail to more than half a million enterprise customers in China. Under this deal SEVEN will become the market leader for push e-mail services in the Chinese market.
Umail allows UFIDA Mobile customers to have access to their mainstream e-mail accounts via their mobile phones, and with the push technology will provide the access to messages in less than a second.
“Mobile consumers are constantly on the go,” said Ross Bott, chief executive officer of SEVEN. “Enterprise subscribers are in and out of meetings or traveling and they’re never in one place for an entire day, and our solution can travel with them. Mobile email means that people can be mobile, giving them greater flexibility in their day and where and how they work.”
This service will even allow customers to access multiple e-mail accounts at once, and customers will be further be able to have access to their contact lists, as well as calendar and even archived folder, and do all of this from a mobile device.