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Renovotec launches new Mobile Device Management Service

Renovotec launches new Mobile Device Management Service

  • Latest ‘Renovotec MDM’ includes software, services and support
  • Mobile device management (MDM) market growing at 25.47% p.a.– forecast to reach $4.94 billion by 2020
  • “We have selected the best of new MDM technology for supply chain users” says Renovotec managing director Richard Gilliard

Renovotec, the UK’s fastest growing rugged hardware provider for warehousing and distribution, manufacturing and retail companies is launching a new mobile device management (MDM) service, the company announced today. The latest ‘Renovotec MDM’ is designed to provide the best of new MDM technology, supported by expert services and support and with the option to buy or rent.

The MDM market is growing at 25.47% per annum and is forecast to reach $4.94 billion by 2020*.

In supply chain environments MDM improves worker productivity and (when managed correctly) makes user devices more secure. Provided by a team of experts, Renovotec’s new MDM service gives the user the option to deploy, secure, monitor and manage all their organisation’s mobile devices from a single management console, optimising performance while also protecting the corporate network. Effective MDM allows administrators to distribute data centrally, configure settings and send patches to any mobile device.

“From a market crowded with competing vendor offerings we have selected the best of new MDM technology for supply chain users” says Renovotec managing director Richard Gilliard.

*Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) 2015-2020. Source: mordorintelligence.com/industry-reports

www.renovotec.com

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