Asset Management Software

Critical insights at the Point of Action.

Vox Mobile’s asset management software platform was designed to handle  all the moving parts in mobility – changing technologies, security, policies, compliance, carrier contracts, device inventory, device replacement and much more. Putting you in the driver’s seat, the software was built to integrate all the critical systems with mobile related information and automate the management of your mobile programs.

 

Gain control of your organization’s mobile fleet.

Leverage the strength of a technology platform built to manage all the moving parts of your mobility environment.

Key Capabilities: 
  • BYOD enablement 
  • User segmentation
  • Mobile policies management
  • End-to-end order request management 
  • Automated tracking of configuration to individual business rules, practices and procedures 
  • Role-based application of policy and process across an unlimited number of segments 
  • Approval processes with email alerts 
  • Asset management and reporting  
  • Carrier contract integration and monitoring
  • Stipend and cost allocation management
  • Financial reconciliation via PCI-compliant credit card process or payroll files
  • Mobile policy acceptance 

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