Belfast firm provides software solutions to remote working

  • Belfast-based software supplier, Replify Ltd has created a solution to help those working from home improve their internet connections and work application speeds.

    The Mobile Accelerator Client aims to reduce the amount of data being sent across home-workers' internet connections to help their work applications perform better.

    Replify CEO Rozy Corry said: “Replify’s focus has always been on improving the digital experience for remote users relying on poor internet connections. This is even more important now with the transition to remote working for much of the population.

    "In Northern Ireland in particular, many people still suffer with poor broadband connections. With the added pressure of home schooling, video streaming and home working, many home broadband connections just cannot cope. Replify can help businesses improve these connections for their employees.”

    The Replify WAN Optimisation product doesn’t require any extra hardware to be purchased and it can be installed on end user devices such as laptops, tablets and phones within minutes and can be rolled out in the same way as other office applications.

    The Northern Ireland firm was founded in 2007 and has many global customers, including those accessing services that are located in the cloud, or accessed from remote locations, and normal users using a metered satellite or 3G connection who need to reduce their data costs.

    To carry out a free trial of Replify or for more information please visit:

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