With the majority of software companies, you only need to dip back a couple of years to crawl through their entire company history. That’s the nature of high tech. The rapid growth of startups and new ideas means that most companies don’t survive too long. NetMotion is a little different. We’re approaching our 20th anniversary, but in a couple of weeks we’re about to announce the biggest product launch in our history.
Previous highlights in our product history are when we first announced support for mobile OS in 2014. Or the arrival of our innovative Diagnostics product a year earlier. Perhaps the biggest in more recent years was the release of MobileIQ, which is the analytics product behind our operational intelligence launch and it has since evolved into a robust experience monitoring solution. This release will be bigger than all of these by far.
So what are we launching?
Well it’s mostly a terribly-kept secret. You’ll have probably figured some of it out, if you’ve been paying enough attention to what we’ve been up to this year. Existing customers may have even had the chance to get their hands on it during the beta program we’ve been running in recent months.
Ultimately, it’s a radical update that changes the nature of what we do. It’s taken more than two years since development first began. Though we could never have anticipated the changes that would happen in the marketplace during that time. Remote working was a rapid shift taking place anyway. Even before the events of 2020 began to unfold. The COVID-19 lockdown simply accelerated these changes, and enterprises everywhere are looking at modern approaches to securing, managing and enabling remote workers.
That’s what the new NetMotion platform aims to deliver – a truly giant leap forward compared with anything else that’s come before.
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