Mobile reCell Increases Security and Enables Scalability with Cloud-Based Software Update and Complete Re-architecture
New microservices architecture enables scalability, reduces downtime, increases security, and allows for more efficient integrations as company reshapes how enterprises manage corporate-owned IT asset recovery through innovative software-driven solutions.
Recognized for its purpose-driven culture, Mobile reCell, the world’s most powerful software-driven solution for corporate-owned IT asset recovery and disposition, today announced its recognition as one of the Best Places to Work in Indiana.
New brand reflects the company’s growth and mission to reshape how companies manage IT asset recovery by providing innovative, software-driven solutions. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. | August 31, 2021 – Mobile reCell, the only software-driven solution for corporate-owned...
Mobile reCell’s Vice President of Sales Elected Treasurer of ETMA, Enterprise Technology Management Association, by Industry Thought Leaders
Vice President of Sales Jim Holt joins ETMA Executive Board to help grow membership, support recruitment of enterprise technology solutions providers and drive fiscal responsibility for the nonprofit.
The partnership enables a streamlined, automated and secure end-of-life management for corporate-owned smartphones and tablets.
The device recovery software platform enables organizations to ensure data security, capture maximum value for retired devices, save time for information technology (IT) teams and keep devices out of landfills. INDIANAPOLIS, June 3, 2021 — Mobile reCell, the only...
Mobile reCell selected as a nominee for TechPoint’s Mira Awards for their third year in a row, honoring ‘The Best of Tech in Indiana’
From a record-breaking 211 total entries, Mobile reCell was chosen by an independent judging panel to advance as a Service Partner of The Year nominee for 2021 Winners will be announced Thursday, April 22, 2021 during a virtual live broadcast FISHERS, INDIANA (Feb 24,...
Device recovery and employee purchase program recovers 21,500 iPads to support the world’s largest airline