Danish IT company Excitor has entered an important distribution agreement with Kesoni Solution, one of the Nordic region's leading distributors of mobile products and services, writes financial daily newspaper Børsen. Kesoni Solution will sell Excitor's product Dynamic Mobile Exchange (DME), a software solution that connects a company's IT system with mobile units such as smart phones and handheld computers.
There are many software suppliers that offer a similar solution, but Torben Haase, CEO of Excitor, says to Børsen that the company offers up to 50% discount on total costs compared to Blackberry's solution, which is one of the most widely available. DME can be used on largely all types of phones and PDAs.
"The market wants solutions that can support a wide range of terminals including Windows Mobile, Symbian and even Java telephones," says Torben Sommer-Larsen, head of sales of Kesoni Solutions.
Excitor is growing rapidly and has opened offices in several countries. The company, which is headed by a management team with a long track record in the IT industry, forecasts that it will have 100,000 users by the end of next month. Customers include Danske Bank, ALK-Abelló, Siemens and Ernst & Young. Excitor is headquartered in Taastrup near Copenhagen.