NetPlus's Acquires Amtel to Implement its MDM Platform for Mobility Services
FREMONT, CA: NetPlus has uplifted its integrated software-as-a-service solution by obtaining Amtel. The acquisition has helped NetPlus to integrate various solutions like mobile device management, mobile security management, mobile app management, and mobile expense management into its mobility solution offerings.
NetPlus has selected Amtel considering its significant mobile collaboration approaches that effectively improves operating proficiency, mobile worker productivity and compliances of an organization. Its combined offerings help companies to protect their data while also maintaining BYOD and corporate mobile device networks across enterprises. The unique fusion of mobile device management (MDM), mobile app management (MAM) and mobile expense management solutions of Amtel allows enterprises to maintain COPE and BYOD devices. These effective solutions follow containerization for protecting essential corporate data. Its comprehensive platform endows users with an authority to disable or enable device functions that are based on geo-fenced location. On the other hand its constant services balances enterprise owned app store including blacklisting/whitelisting apps. Enterprises can estimate mobile costs by utilizing its enforced mobile policies, along with dispute tracking/resolution, invoice audit and validation.
“With the addition of Amtel we will be able to provide a comprehensive telecom infrastructure management solution to our customers with proven expertise across both landline and mobile communications,” says Matt Lewis, President, NetPlus.
NetPlus stimulates communications lifecycle management of industries by delivering costs, security, processes, assets, and network infrastructure solutions. It is JITC certified and offers users the procurement authority through Vanguard and GSA. Telecom management systems of NetPlus enable companies to automate their network operations and functions across legacy and VoIP switches. NetPlus allows organizations to install the solutions within their existing legacy switches. It allows network migration over VoIP without changing their existing functionality. Simultaneously, at network migration users get the entire control over their inventory/IT assets, charge-back billing, vendor invoice verification, cable plant, service activation and work orders/trouble tickets.
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