Colorado Based Telecommunication Co. Realizes Hundred's of Thousands in Return Value

Nate Poynter

The opportunity for businesses to deploy mobile devices has grown by enormous measures in the last 20 years. Starting with the field sales and executive teams, and growing into manufacturing floors, field technicians, and more. This rapid growth has startled many organizations with high cost of hardware, services, management, support, and more, driving total cost of ownership north of $1,300 per user. This has resulted in organizations wondering where all of the mobile devices they’ve deployed have gone. And for many, they don’t know, and their policy doesn’t make it clear on what the end user has to do. Read more by accessing the case study below!

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