Manchester, NH - DataXoomTM Meets Demand For COVID-Related Deployments
With the approach to conducting rapidly changing business, DataXoomTM, the leading mobility provider dedicated to supporting purpose-built LTE mobile deployments in an enterprise, continues to meet demand on behalf of their customers needing to launch 500+ SIM (Subscriber Identification Module) cards for COVID-related purposes.
As we all learn to navigate a new business environment, we as a company, are proud to continue to meet our customers’ needs with expanded services and the highest level of customer service and efficiency,” says Chris Hill, CEO of DataXoomTM.
LTE data connectivity is an integral piece in making device management a mission critical function for a mobile workforce. DataXoomTM is playing a vital role in supporting some of the largest healthcare, retail, and transportation and logistics companies in the United States deploying personnel with COVID-related objectives with their proprietary EMI (Enterprise Mobility Integration) platform. This software solution gives IT administrators the ability to manage, secure and control various purpose-built mobile computing applications from a single platform.
In addition to being named AT&T’s Mobility Partner of the year, DataXoomTM recently announced the integration of the SOTI ONE Platform to key partners that their customer portal supports, including companies like VMware, ServiceNow, Salesforce, Cradlepoint and Samsung. Specific features include application updates and versioning, geo-locating, device lockdown and device statistics. Based in Toronto, Canada, SOTI is an industry leader in mobile device management (MDM) for software tools and applications.
DataXoomTM is the leading mobility provider dedicated to supporting purpose-built mobile deployments in the enterprise. DataXoomTM success is driven by its proprietary platform, vast partner ecosystem, and deep mobility expertise. The DataXoomTM multi-carrier billing, rating, and provisioning platform connects its enterprise customers to LTE and 5G networks from the leading U.S. wireless providers.