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Sprint Selects Movius' Cloud-Based Platform for BYOD Offering

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The fourth largest mobile operator in the US, Sprint has selected Movius as its cloud-based platform that will enable businesses to add a second line to employees’ business or personal wireless devices (BYOD).

This will be the first offering of its kind for the enterprise – no other provider enables the simple management of carrier-grade second line service that works cross-carrier and across all wireless devices. The service is anticipated to be launched in the first half of 2017, said the companies.

Leveraging the platform, businesses will be able to save costs on devices, infrastructure, support and services. More efficiency will be realized by simplifying mobility infrastructure management. Individuals will be able to be more productive because of the increased flexibility.

Movius provides cloud-based enterprise mobility solutions that help streamline enterprise productivity and communications costs, while addressing the needs for corporate compliance. 

Jan Geldmacher, Sprint Business President
Movius’ patented technology and cloud-based platform will bring incredible value to our customers. We believe a second line on devices has enormous benefit to both business and their employees. It will provide convenience to individuals, while business entities will have the oversight and analytics needed to assure that employees are being compliant with company policies.

Dominic Gomez, Movius
We are proud to be working with Sprint on this industry disruptive technology. This solution will completely alter the enterprise mobility landscape, making it easier than ever for businesses to shift to the mobile office of the future.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

Ray can be reached at ray.sharma(at)thefastmode.com.

 

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