Our customers are the primary guiding force for BoxTone.
Columbia, MD (PRWEB) May 5, 2010
BoxTone(R), the expert in mobile user management, today reported record attendance at the company’s Fourth Annual User Conference last week in Orlando, with more than 85 registrants representing 70 enterprises, government agencies and managed service providers (MSPs) from around the world on hand to share best practices for mobile management.
Held just prior to the WES 2010 conference -- the premiere BlackBerry event -- the BoxTone Annual User Conference featured expert-led sessions, customer panels and interactive break-outs on how best-in-class organizations are using proactive, automated management to mobilize their organizations.
User Conference topics included: “Mobile Management in 2010 and Beyond;” “Application Management: Moving Beyond Email;” and “Enterprise-liable (EL) vs. Corporate-liable (CL): Ensuring Security & Mitigating Risks.” Advanced BoxTone training was also offered.
During the User Conference’s opening keynote, BoxTone CEO Alan Snyder said, “Our customers are the primary guiding force for BoxTone. As mobility expands from email and internal employee productivity to applications and external customer engagement, BoxTone will be there to make sure that it all works and is delivered at the lowest possible cost.”
Following the WES 2010 Welcome Reception, BoxTone Annual User Conference participants were joined by nearly 1,200 WES attendees at the first-ever The Lounge After Dark party, sponsored by BoxTone. Media attendees included CIO.com, Port3101.org, CrackBerry.com, BlackBerryCool.com and IntoMobile. Images from the event can be found on the BoxTone fan page at: http://www.facebook.com/BoxTone
Throughout WES 2010, BoxTone experts illustrated how proactive IT Service Management (ITSM) for mobility - delivered via BoxTone’s automated mobility management approach - enables enterprises, government agencies and MSPs to deliver reliable, high performance mobile services.
In addition, BoxTone provided demonstrations of BoxTone v5.0, the modular software platform proven to manage, monitor and support mobile environments of 50-50,000 devices, reduce support costs and enable rapid adoption of employee-owned devices and mobile applications.
The company will be hosting a Webinar recap of the mobile management best practices learned at the WES 2010 and the BoxTone Annual User Conference. Register for this no-cost Webinar here.
BoxTone software uniquely brings together proactive IT Service Management (ITSM) best practices with proven Mobile User Management technology for executives looking to mobilize their businesses more effectively. BoxTone’s modular architecture possesses a rare combination of ease of use, rapid time to value, broad functionality and rock-solid scalability, enabling mobile IT operations, mobile IT support and mobile business management to deliver the high quality of service and reliable remote productivity that mobile users demand, but at the lowest possible cost and risk to the business.
The secret is the BoxTone Core, a hardened, scalable platform built from the ground-up with patented SmartMP™ technology to auto-discover, monitor, analyze and control all aspects of a mobile environment.
BoxTone software is trusted by more than 230 of the world’s leading enterprises and government agencies, including 70 in the Global 2000, to manage, monitor and support multiple smartphone platforms including BlackBerry, Apple iPhone, Google Android and Windows Mobile. Built on patented SmartMP(TM) technology and conforming to industry standard ITIL-ITSM best practices, BoxTone's modular software suite and role-specific consoles enable IT and services organizations to proactively improve mobile performance, reduce support costs and accommodate rapid smartphone growth, all while guaranteeing the high quality of service that mobile users demand. Learn more from the expert in mobile user management at http://www.boxtone.com, or call 1 410-910-3344.
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