EZ Pass is a Hit: 1.2 Million BES10 Licenses Issued to Security-Conscious Enterprises


Amidst recent media speculation around BlackBerry and hopeful claims of competitors, we’ve been setting the record straight about both our pedigree in Enterprise Mobility Management – as well as our progress.

At our Q1 earnings call yesterday, we disclosed that more than 2,600 enterprises comprising 1.2 million workers are trying out our multi-platform, secure EMM platform, BES10. They are signing up via our EZ Pass program, which makes it easy for companies to try out BES10 for free. More than 10% of those licenses were trade-ins from competing Mobile Device Management (MDM) platforms such as Mobile Iron.

Publications took note:



So did publications:

Mobile Enterprise: “BlackBerry is Coming Back”

The Inquirer: “BlackBerry CEO celebrates EZ Pass wins over Good and MobileIron”

eWeek: “BlackBerry has enjoyed a ‘strong uptick’ in sign-ups for its EZ Pass program.”

Mashable: “BlackBerry has managed to make moves to gain momentum back against its competitors such as GOOD and Mobile Iron, according to Chen.”

IT Business Edge: “The EZ Pass Program to move BlackBerry’s device management offerings more aggressively into enterprises has already shown solid signs of success.”

Learn more at http://www.blackberry.com/ezpassinfo.

Also, the below infographic includes other key details about our current market position in EMM, security certifications, award-winning customer service and investments in our future. Please feel free to share it with your colleagues, especially skeptical ones. If it’s not clear already, we are absolutely committed to providing secure and innovative solutions to our customers and giving them the peace of mind they deserve.


BlackBerry 1 million easy pass infographic emm(As of February 2015, BlackBerry holds 70+ security certifications and approvals from governments.)

About John Sims

@JohnSimsMobile is President, Global Enterprise Services, BlackBerry.

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