Samsung, Widepoint, SAP and Afaria; connecting the dots
This is taken directly from the Widepoint Solutions website. Outside of the typo in paragraph two (stockrafter; you may want to let Widepoint know about this as you did before) which duplicates the word 'this', it paints a very compelling picture of potential synergies via SAP for Widepoint going forward. This is looking better all the time. John Atkinson may very well have been given the key to finally unleash the beast, meaning the potential we all know Widepoint possesses. There is certainly reason to be positive and hopeful about Widepoint's possibilities.
Companies are changing how they conduct business due to the growing demands for mobility and access to business applications.
As the corporate enterprise network evolves into a wireless centric, cloud based, mobility applications driven environment, WidePoint has developed a comprehensive suite of products and services that this address this market known as Mobile Device Management (MDM).
Our solutions consider the need to enable enterprises to:
Manage and control subscriber inventories
Control and optimize the expense side of corporate mobility
Secure and protect the enterprise infrastructure
Monitor and manage usage
Manage applications and security
Manage users and access on a real time basis
In support of these needs, WidePoint offers the following solutions:
Based on SAP’s Afaria award winning software, our MDM solutions combine best in class MDM software and infrastructure support services help desk and logistics support to provide a complete wireless management lifecycle ecosystem.
WidePoint Solutions Corp (WSC) is a leading provider of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) services for Enterprise Telecommunications Management including: Telecom Expense Management (TEM), Mobile Lifecycle Management, Mobile Security, and Advanced Help Desk Support for mobile devices and applications.