Sprint to Begin Offering Google Apps for Business

NEW YORK (TheStreet) –– Sprint (S) has teamed with Google (GOOGL) to start offering Google Apps for Business, as the company continues to focus on the changes in the work place and cater to the mobile worker.

As part of the deal, terms of which weren't announced, Sprint will offer service and support for the devices, the company's mobile expertise, as well become a "one stop shop for companies," according to John Tudhope, Sprint's director of product marketing.

"We feel the market is really taking us in cloud services," Tudhope said in an interview with TheStreet. "This gives us a perspective to change the conversation from a Sprint perspective to offer new data services to customers that might not have relationship with Sprint today. It's going to offer more opportunity for us to drive our mobile offerings."

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"Google Apps helps businesses work better together with familiar tools they can trust," said Murali Sitaram, director of strategic partnerships for Google Enterprise, in a press release. "Our partners are critical in this effort, providing valuable cloud and mobility solutions to customers of all sizes and across diverse industries. We are pleased to welcome Sprint to the Google Apps Partner Program, where they will provide Google Apps and added services to help customers work the way they live."

Sprint will offer Google Apps at $50 a year for the standard Google Suite, and will help with installation of the apps on devices, as well as offering the company's Care free cloud offering to differentiate its services.

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