B2B Internet messaging and collaboration solutions provider Critical Path, Inc. announced today that its technology powers more than 100 million mailboxes and wireless devices worldwide.
This announcement shows the company’s commitment to providing customers with a robust, flexible and scalable messaging solutions. It also validates its strategy to provide complete end-to-end messaging services.
Through an “Allsourcing” strategy, Critical Path can meet the growing messaging demands of a diverse customer base by offering businesses the ability to outsource, midsource or insource all or part of their messaging applications.
Outsourcing lets customers have their messaging apps hosted by Critical Path at one of its mail center locations throughout the U.S., Europe and soon in Asia. Midsourcing offers customers the option to selectively decide which Critical Path value-added messaging applications to outsource and which to keep in-house. Critical path also provides a software solution enabling customers to run their messaging applications in-house.
In other news, Critical Path was selected Monday by Intranets.com to provide it with advanced Web-based e-mail services. The multi-year agreement with Critical Path will also allow Intranets.com to offer superior Internet messaging to business users worldwide.
Intranets.com’s user base consists of nearly 200,000 businesses and organizations, with anticipated growth as the company moves into the Asian and European markets. The company feels Critical Path’s ability to provide localized support, coupled with its strong overseas presence will play a key role in addressing the communication and collaboration needs of businesses worldwide.
“In order to compete on a global scale, a company needs to have complete confidence that its e-mail is secure and can scale to meet the demand of its users,” Dave Thatcher, president, Critical Path, said. He continued to say that the company will provide Intranets.com with an advanced Internet messaging solutions, enabling its customers to leverage the power of the Internet for improved communication and collaboration.