Good Dynamics Partner Program


The Good Dynamics Partner Program provides independent software vendors (ISVs) and systems integrators (SI) the opportunity to build secure mobile applications in a cost-effective and timely manner. Combine your mobility and application development expertise with Good Dynamics' mobile application platform to jointly deliver customer success.

Good Dynamics benefits to developers

  • Lets you extend Good Technology's industry-leading security to your own mobile applications, giving you direct access to the licensed iOS software, tools, and support you need to incorporate Good's proven technology into your own app builds—speeding through safety, management, and compliance issues
  • Delivers the following native functionality for your iOS application:
    • Secure connectivity through strong AES encryption
    • Secure storage
    • Application management and policies
    • Push communication

Good Partner Program benefits:

  • Access to the Good Dynamics SDK and the Good Dynamics Network, a web-based community that includes both public and private forums, web-based support, and much more
  • Free developer license for dev and test/deploy purposes
  • Listing of the developer application in the Good.com Partners area*
  • Promotion of developer applications via Good Marketing

Good Partner Program requirements and cost

  • Program access requires you to apply in the Good.com Partners area
  • Program is free but each developer application must pass a security audit administered by a third party; the cost of the audit has been pre-negotiated by Good at $5,000 per application per year and is directly administered by the third party vendor
  • You must execute a Good Dynamics Partner License Agreement in order to complete enrollment in the Good Partner Program
  • Once enrollment is complete, you can deploy your application through your customer's site, once the customer has licensed the Good Dynamics Client Access License (CAL) from Good Technology

*: A security audit must be completed first


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