SAN DIEGO, CA, May 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – SOTI Inc., world-leader in the enterprise Mobile Device Management (MDM) space, has proudly announced a strategic partnership with new breed, enterprise mobility management provider, eMOBUS. This alliance combines second-to-none MDM capabilities with real-time control of user spend, security, and support in one package.
Over 100 million cellular devices are replaced each year. Many of these devices end up in landfills, creating tons of environmentally-hazardous materials. Cellular circuit boards and screen displays are comprised of toxic compounds such as arsenic, antimony, beryllium, cadmium, lead, and mercury. Additional contaminants include metal screws and inserts, coatings and paints, foams and labels. Many of these pieces, along with most plastic shells, are treated with brominated flame retardants.
As a conscious method to countering this environmental destruction, eMOBUS has developed Go Green, a program which leverages our Electronic Mobility Management platform and allows our clients to recycle cellular devices with minimal work, no cost and the complete comfort of knowing the information on their old devices is securely destroyed.
After a Year of Frustration, Switching Vendors Yields Benefits and Savings in Just Days
San Diego, September 15, 2011 – After spending a year attempting to launch a mobility management tool, Hampton Products, a leading manufacturer and distributor of consumer packaged goods to big box retailers like Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Lowes and others, saw no reduction in mobile carrier charges or relief for internal IT resources. Looking for a new approach and fast results, Hampton Products turned to eMOBUS for mobility management. In less than a week, eMOBUS delivered mobile savings, improved visibility of Hampton Products’ mobile environment, and automated the mobility support processes.
ENR Top 100 General Contractor Increases Productivity and Reduces Expense
eMOBUS, a leading provider of mobility management services announced today that Primoris Services Corporation, an ENR ranked Top 100 General Contractor and holding company for ARB Inc., James Construction, Rockford Pipe, Alaska Continental Pipeline, Craven Services, GML Coatings, Juniper Rock, Pluris, OnQuest, All Day Electric and Cardinal Mechanical, selected eMOBUS to automate the management of their corporate cellular environment.
Unresponsive and inconsistent carrier support resources were enough to convince Nick Schrunk, Director of IT for Primoris to evaluate their mobility management processes. “Our paper-based expense reporting method created a constant flow of documents for IT staff and those processing the reports,” claims Nick. The main components driving this paper pile up were the insufficient carrier reports and complex billing structures. Homegrown spreadsheets and manual auditing of 1,600+ cellular lines became a daunting task even for the savviest Telecom departments.