NetMotion Expands Into Japan
Japan is currently placed in the world’s top three for IT spending on mobility projects.
Mobile workforce initiatives are on the rise, and not just here in the United States. With this rapidly growing mobile workforce of nearly 14 million, Japanese businesses invested more than JPY 124.bn (USD 1.2bn) in mobile security solutions as part of workplace transformation initiatives that swept the country beginning in 2014. These businesses are looking for ways to improve work/life balance while simultaneously maintaining their high standards for customer satisfaction and productivity. That’s where NetMotion comes in.
We are very pleased to announce that NetMotion has expanded into Japan to help meet these needs with the appointment of mobility solutions expert, Takahiro Narita as Japan Country Manager. Mr. Narita, a Dell veteran, will be responsible for building the Japanese market for NetMotion’s software solutions, and developing and managing a partner network of top tier distributors and systems integrators.
“NetMotion Mobility® and NetMotion Diagnostics® are unrivaled in their robust features. With their global leadership as a secure remote access and application performance management solution provider, the company is poised for success in Japan. I’m honored to lead our efforts here.”
Japan Country Manager, NetMotion Software
Mobility and Diagnostics solutions help eliminate restrictions on place and time of work for Japan’s growing mobile workers. In fact, we just recently announced updates to Mobility that provide more support to Japanese users, including language support and a fully localized server.
Stay tuned to learn more about how NetMotion expands and other global progress, new partners and customer success stories over the coming months.
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