Stratix Honored for Innovative Managed Mobility Services in 2016 Technology Awards
NORCROSS, GA – December 6, 2016 – Enterprise businesses in many industries turn to Stratix, the leading managed mobility services (MMS) provider, for innovative solutions to the challenges of “on-demand mobile.” Now, Stratix has been recognized for that commitment to innovation in the 2016 Technology Awards.
Sponsored by technology publication TMT News, the awards program honored Stratix for “Most Innovative MMS Solutions.” The 2016 Technology Awards highlight the people and businesses that are navigating the ever-changing technology landscape successfully and driving new standards for connectivity and efficiency.
“Our customers face complex challenges when it comes to mobile, from multi-platform device management to rapid technology obsolescence,” Stratix President and CEO Gina Gallo says. “They rely on our mobile expertise and support services to help operationalize their mobile investments and keep their businesses running, so they can focus on other high-value activities.”
Stratix’s customer base includes global enterprise businesses such as Southwest Airlines, which recently partnered with Stratix to roll out 14,000 iPad mini-powered electronic flight bags to its flight attendants. See how the move is driving significant business value for Southwest in our recent article, “iPads Take Flight at Southwest.”
Stratix works with enterprise organizations to meet their mobile lifecycle needs through its Mobility as a Service offering. Providing flexible pricing and leasing options allows for budgeting certainty and an easy upgrade path for technology. In addition, customers have access to itrac360, Stratix’ mobile asset management platform. Providing real-time visibility on every mobile asset from procurement, provisioning and activation to repair, reverse logistics, support, and decommissioning allows customers more control over their mobile investments. Today, Stratix’s managed mobile services portfolio supports over 1.3 million devices for global enterprises.