Verizon Will Sell Keeper Enterprise to its Business Customers

Keeper, which says it is the leading enterprise password management software platform, has announced a new distribution partnership with Verizon.  AT&T and Orange also supply Keeper to consumers and enterprises.


Beginning in January 2016, Verizon will begin selling Keeper Enterprise to its corporate customers as part of  the Verizon Partner Program.  

That is one example of how app providers and service providers can work together. As now generally is the case, apps get developed by third parties. But service providers can act as key distributors, while enhancing their core products by doing so.


Keeper Enterprise is a software platform that provides both password management and secure digital file storage for corporate customers. Keeper Security is a privately-held company based in Chicago, Illinois.
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