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AMT-SYBEX and Intera GmbH today announced a formal reseller partnership to distribute AMT-SYBEX’s award-winning mobile product, Affinity Fieldreach, in the German marketplace. Fieldreach is a proven enterprise mobile solution for work management, maintenance and inspection processes. It is currently licensed on over 35,000 devices and is embedded in some of the UK’s largest engineering organisations including Network Rail and National Grid.

Stefan Bode, CEO of Intera GmbH said:

“With this partnership, we are very pleased to extend the offering for our customers with such a great mobile product. Signing the contract with AMT-SYBEX, we now have a strong, reliable partner who is dedicated to building a long lasting relationship in the German market.”

Andy Hamlyn, AMT-SYBEX Deputy CEO and COO said:

“We are delighted to have signed this partner agreement with Intera. It will allow us to extend the reach of our mobile technology into the German marketplace with a partner who have deep domain knowledge of their sectors, and who can embed that knowledge into a combined solution offering.”

About Intera
As an IT full-service provider in the Rhine-Main area with more than 15 years of successful project experience, Intera implements cross-sector economical solutions for your business.
With a focus on medium sized companies and the public sector, Intera has been working successfully and profitable in the market since 1999. Intera’s business focus is to establish long-term-relationships with their customers by offering full-service IT solutions including the development of web-based applications, data management, business intelligence and mobile solutions.

For more information visit: www.intera.de

About AMT-SYBEX
AMT-SYBEX, part of Capita PLC, creates enterprise software and delivers associated services to utilities and infrastructure companies across the UK and Ireland. Affinity Fieldreach is a proven, enterprise level mobile solution that is currently licensed on over 35,000 devices.

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