All inclusive Device as a Service.

Hardware + Operations Management = One Predictable Cost

DaaS + MMS™ from Vox Mobile

Combining device management with Vox Mobile’s industry leading managed mobility services is a game changer. Multiple supplier contracts, complicated agreements, rapidly changing technology, 24/7 support needs, security threats and extremely high user expectations are all the challenges we’ll manage for you.

Single Source Device Procurement
Financing Options
Guaranteed Latest Devices
Replacement Management
One Predictable Flat Cost

Flexible DaaS + MMS options to fit your business needs.

Vox Mobile DaaS programs can support any type, variety and combination of mobilephones, tablets and laptop devices. This flexibility enables you to meet employee choice while managing budget and support requirements.

  • Scalable Deployments
  • Repair & Replacements
  • Zero-touch Deployment
  • EMM Migration & Upgrades
  • Inventory & Logistics Management
  • Multiple Device Suppliers
  • Extended Device Warranty
  • Accidental Damage Protection
  • 24/7 End-users Help Desk
  • On-demand Project Help Desk
  • Device Provisioning
  • Spend Management

Put Vox Mobile DaaS to work for your enterprise.

Let’s discuss your device procurement and mobility management needs.

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DaaS Resources

Valuable mobility content, events and news.

Much of the risk and hassle of enterprise mobility that Mobile Thought Leaders (MTL) have talked about (complained about) over the past 7 years has involved the challenges of managing and securing the hardware throughout its lifecycle.  We talk about security but the projects fail, run over budget, or create embarrassing situations when devices get stuck or fall through the cracks in the life-cycle.

Mobile Thought Leaders discussions on the role of out-sourcing, managed services, and more recently, the as-a-Service models of finding help for their initiatives has often been highly influenced by fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) rather than a rationalized approach to deciding whether things belong in-house or other models need to be considered.

In the past, one of the biggest obstacles of deploying new, corporate-owned devices was getting them enrolled in Mobile Device Management (MDM) software. There was a balancing act between putting the work effort on IT resources and the end-user, who would most likely have to call into support for assistance. When Apple™ launched the Device Enrollment Program (DEP) in 2014, they made the first step in automating the enrollment process and making these concerns a thing of the past.