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Vox Mobile Named a “Cool Vendor” by Gartner
By helping enterprises close the “M-Gap,” Vox Mobile enables mobile innovation
Cleveland, Ohio, June 4, 2015 – Vox Mobile, the leading provider of complete enterprise mobility solutions, today announced that it has been named a “Cool Vendor” in the Cool Vendors in Infrastructure Services, 2015* report by Gartner, Inc. (Review the report) This prestigious list recognizes vendors that deliver value to business and IT users through innovative services and new approaches to enabling business benefits. The report recognizes Vox Mobile and the other four vendors profiled in the Infrastructure segment for helping clients address the key challenges they face today in the digital economy.
Vox Mobile’s comprehensive Mobility as a Service (MaaS) solution gives organizations the tools to close the “M-Gap” – the infrastructure management obstacles that keep companies from fully leveraging mobile to innovate. Vox Mobile focuses on ensuring application success and delivering an exceptional end-user experience. This approach delivers value far beyond cost control – with Vox Mobile handling infrastructure issues, customers can focus on transforming their industries through mobile innovation.
“We believe the inclusion of Vox Mobile in Gartner’s Cool Vendor report confirms our mission of empowering organizations via mobility to thrive in today’s business landscape,” said Kris Snyder, CEO, Vox Mobile. “By closing the M-Gap and ensuring application success and end-user satisfaction, we help businesses succeed, and their success is our success. We will continue to build innovative products and services that provide organizations with all the tools they need to execute an impactful mobility footprint and maximize the benefits that come from a strong, mobile-enabled workforce.”
Research shows that organizations realize significant productivity gains when using mobile devices effectively. A Telework Exchange study of federal employee use of mobile devices cited in CIO Insight found that employees gained an average of nine hours of productive time per week by using tablets and smartphones. Employees who used their own smartphones also relieved budgetary pressures associated with mobile device deployment. Even more strikingly, private companies have used mobile to completely transform industries – car service innovators Uber and Lyft are just two examples.
The market is maturing as enterprise mobility evolves into a competitive necessity. However, many organizations fail to take full advantage of mobility due to technological, budgetary and security challenges that result in the M-Gap. Vox Mobile consistently helps clients to overcome these challenges with its comprehensive suite of enterprise mobility solutions that ensure application success and deliver an end-user experience that facilitates greater productivity.
Gartner is the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company. Its Cool Vendors research helps clients stay ahead of the IT technology curve and make better strategic decisions about technology and services. Vox Mobile was one of five vendors profiled in the Infrastructure category. Learn more at www.voxmobile.com.
*Gartner, Cool Vendors in Infrastructure Services, 2015 Fred Ng, Federica Troni, Eric Goodness, Nathan Hill, 10 April 2015.
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About Vox Mobile:
Vox Mobile provides Complete Enterprise Mobility as a service. As companies seek to drive mobility-based innovations, the costs and complexities of infrastructure management and the large requirements for administrative and user support become overwhelming. The diverse technologies and people-intense processes required for managing mobility create the M-Gap – where innovation potential falls way to the burdens of infrastructure management. Around the world, over 600 companies have turned to Vox Mobile for comprehensive mobility management to drive application success and a great user experience. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio and with offices and support centers around North America, Vox Mobile has the industry’s highest Net Promoter Score (NPS) and customer satisfaction levels. As a founding member of the Global Enterprise Mobility Alliance (GEMA), Vox Mobile provides global support for multi-national corporations. For more information, visit www.voxmobile.com.