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NetMotion Wireless to Participate in Sybase Field Service Virtual Event
By Nathesh, TMCnet Contributor
NetMotion Wireless, a provider of secure mobile productivity and management software, has announced its participation in the ‘Sybase (News - Alert) Field Service Virtual Event: Empower Your Mobile Workforce’ online education conference that will held on July 20, 2010 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. EDT.
NetMotion Wireless (News - Alert) has stated that they will be presenting a session titled ‘Mobile VPNs: Save on Support Costs and Empower Your Field Team’ where they intend to address how a mobile Virtual Private Network (VPN) can boost productivity for field service operations and the differences between conventional and mobile VPNs. Participants will learn how U.S. broadband provider Cox (News - Alert) Communications reduced support costs by $500,000.
NetMotions Wireless has claimed that its Mobility XE is being used by more than 200,000 mobile field workers. Mobility XE is a software-only Mobile Virtual Private Network (Mobile VPN) that provides secure, continuous remote access to network resources and applications from mobile devices over any wired or wireless IP-based network. The solution enables organizations to maximize the productivity and management of their worldwide mobile workforces, deliver flexible remote access, and safeguard the security of their data and networks and using Mobile Network Access Control (NAC).
Unilever, Johnson Controls, Continental Airlines, Beckman Coulter, Grange Insurance, more than 65% of the nation's largest police and public safety organizations, and other major brands across multiple industries have deployed and recognized Mobility XE software as their preferred solution for field service mobility initiatives.
Vice President of Marketing at NetMotion Wireless, Pam Cory has stated that the competitive pressures have challenged many organizations to increase customer service levels and improve field productivity. While government agencies and utility companies were early adopters of this technology, it is now widely used by field service organizations in manufacturing, insurance, transportation, financial services, public safety, healthcare, telecommunications and other service industries.
Nathesh is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Nathesh's articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Marisa Torrieri