NetMotion to Discuss Network Management Gap in Enterprise Mobile Data Deployments at CTIA 2013
Seattle, WA and Las Vegas, NV – May 13, 2013 – NetMotion Software today announced it is participating in the Telecom Council Innovation Showcase during CTIA 2013. The company’s Locality software, the first of its kind to monitor and manage cellular networks, was chosen from 100s of solutions to participate in the showcase. Telecom Council judges recognized Locality for its exceptional achievements in innovation, momentum, viability and management.
The Innovation Showcase is being held May 21-23 on CTIA’s main stage at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
In “Using Hard Data to Eliminate Mobile Deployment Blind Spots,” on Tuesday, May 21 at 4:00 PM PT, Andy Willett, Senior Vice President at NetMotion, will discuss the challenges networking professionals face with their mobile data deployments, including unreliable connectivity, a lack of visibility into performance of deployed assets and difficulty troubleshooting routine helpdesk tickets.
“You can’t manage what you can’t see. For enterprise networking professionals, they do not have the tools they need to understand and manage the performance of cellular – or mobile broadband networks. Unless addressed, this ‘blind spot’ will prevent a mobile enterprise from reaching optimal performance.”
Senior VP, NetMotion Software
While mobile field workers in many organizations rely on public cellular connections every day to access mission-critical applications, how these networks are performing is a huge blind spot for IT departments. The result is frustrated employees in the field, poorly served customers and business processes that don’t work as intended, putting an organization’s large investment in mobility at risk.
NetMotion Locality software closes this network management gap by providing detailed technology performance reports. IT staff are able to identify and fix poor network performance and chronic connectivity problems related to signal strength, location, network saturation, older network technologies, devices, adapters and more. Locality is proven to optimize investments in technology and service contracts while boosting field worker and IT staff productivity.
Locality was also selected as a participant in CTIA’s 2013 Emerging Technology (E-Tech) Awards. Now in its 8th year, the CTIA E-Tech Awards program has celebrated and promoted the most innovative wireless products and services in the consumer, enterprise, application and network technology segments. Locality will be displayed in a special showcase on the Exhibit Innovations Stage during CTIA.
To learn more about mobile data deployment challenges and opportunities in the enterprise, download the free Trends in Enterprise Cellular Network Data Usage report by Rysavy Research.
About NetMotion Software
NetMotion provides security solutions for millions of devices deployed around the world, including 7 of the 10 largest airlines, 85% of US public safety agencies, and a variety of other major organizations ranging from utilities and healthcare to logistics and legal sectors. Customers choose the NetMotion platform for its powerful software-defined perimeter (SDP / ZTNA), experience monitoring and mobile-first enterprise VPN functionality. These solutions stand out for their ability to actively improve the employee experience, validated by a satisfaction rating of 97% and an NPS of 91. NetMotion is headquartered in Seattle, with offices in Victoria, Chicago, London, Tokyo, Sydney and Frankfurt.
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