Under the agreement, Deutsche Telekom will offer Box’s platform as a “trusted, validated and supported” solution in its recently debuted Business Marketplace, which is kind of like an app store for cloud-based software for businesses.
F**k it, we'll do it live!
Our biggest ever edition of TNW Conference is fast approaching! Join 10,000 tech leaders this May in Amsterdam.
Box and Deutsche Telekom share plans to extend the offering to businesses of all sizes across “many other markets” in the “near future”.
In addition, Deutsche Telekom and Box have signed an agreement that will see both firms working together to further extend their joint solutions in areas such as security and ease-of-use for SMBs as well as larger enterprises.
Comments Aaron Levie, co-founder and CEO of Box:
“Box was born in the cloud and built for today’s post-PC business landscape. We’re thrilled to be able to work with Deutsche Telekom and provide its customers with the ability to securely access and share information from anywhere, on any device.”
To date, Box claims more than 14 million people, at 140,000 businesses across the globe, use its solutions. The company recently opened offices in London and more than doubled its employee base in less than a year.
We recently had a nice chat with Box COO Dan Levin at the Dublin Web Summit – you can watch the video interview below.
Top image credit: Sean Gallup / Getty Images