Mobile reCell recently completed its third Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) iPad refresh with American Airlines—in a record-breaking 90 days.
American Airlines has been a Mobile reCell customer since 2020, recovering more than 82,000 devices from pilots and flight attendants and returning millions of dollars the company can put towards its IT budget.
An industry-leading Fortune 1000 company faced many challenges in its IT asset recovery program, ranging from a lack of visibility, communication, and security, so they sought out a partnership with Mobile reCell. With a formalized structure in place, the customer improved its security, IT asset recovery rate, and minimized the time spent tracking down devices.
A growing Managed Mobility Services (MMS) provider added IT asset recovery and disposition to its service offerings. Implementing an automated IT asset recovery process, Mobile reCell enables this telecom services partner to conduct several recovery projects simultaneously without exhausting IT resources, leading to increased customer satisfaction.
Mobile reCell enables its customer to save time, increase IT budget, and raise security posture with a steady-state partnership—resulting in the customer’s best asset recovery year to date. The Problem This Fortune 100 multinational conglomerate owns 40,000 mobile...
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