BoxTone Partners with Mobile Device Management Company Apperian
June 08, 2011
By Raju Shanbhag
, TMCnet Contributor
Apperian (News - Alert) has joined hands with BoxTone, a provider of Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) to offer companies a solution for full lifecycle enterprise-grade mobile device management.
BoxTone's full lifecycle EMM solution gives companies a unified mobile management platform that provides a single point of control to address the full mobile lifecycle with BoxTone (News - Alert). Through a plug-n-play integration model, The BoxTone-Apperian solution is generally available now, the company stated in a press release.
"The market is moving beyond basic mobile device management, where mobility increasingly requires both fine-grained mobile application management and a full-lifecycle mobile management platform to deliver on its business potential," said Alan Snyder, CEO of BoxTone. "Partnering with Apperian to incorporate its world-class application management solution into our portfolio delivers the best of both capabilities to the enterprise market. Apperian's granular application-level controls and application-level data combined with the BoxTone MSM Platform helps the enterprise rapidly and safely expand mobilization efforts."
With Apperian's innovative Enterprise App Services Environment (EASE), businesses can securely create, deploy, and manage mobile applications. This new partnership, however enables BoxTone's advanced Mobile Service Management (MSM) platform to secure, manage, monitor and support the leading mobile devices, users and services. Through faster deployment of secure mobile devices and applications, this improves an enterprise's mobilization initiatives.
Recently, the company announced that Verizon Wireless (News - Alert) enterprise customers will now be able to leverage BoxTone’s full lifecycle mobile management platform to secure, manage, monitor and support the leading mobile devices, users, applications and services.
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