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Late last year, we decided to join forces with our Dutch EMEA partner BLAUD to organize the first ever conference about enterprise mobility management in the Benelux. 8 months later 348 people joined us in the Van Nelle Factory in Rotterdam to learn more about the latest developments in our field.
We started the day with an inspiring keynote session by Richard Marijs, who is the 5G guru at T-Mobile. He talked about how 5G will change the way we work and do business. It was most definitely an interesting start of the day!
In the breakout sessions we had speakers from leading companies talking about hardware, cybersecurity, workplace management, app development and many more interesting topics. This includes companies such as Google, Checkpoint, Samsung, Lookout, MobileIron, Belkin and of course our own CEO Ulrik Van Schepdael. He talked about the launch of our new Employee Service Portal during Mobility Matters. This portal offers a webshop-like experience where employees can request a repair or choose a new device. The portal also includes a clear overview of work devices, including repair or order statuses. Through smart integration and maximum automation with Unified Endpoint Management systems, we are able to eliminate those extra efforts associated with asset management. The platform is constantly updated with information gathered from the company’s Active Directory and mobile management platform, and also by mobco on new hardware deliveries and repairs.
Besides the launch of the new ESP tool, our CEO also announced at Mobility Matters the birth of mobco development, our own app development branch that will develop tailormade apps for our customers. By building custom apps, companies will be able to offer their employees the right tools, tailored to your specific company, which will result in a huge gain in efficiency. Mobco development is also able to build apps in a only a matter of months, and at a very interesting price. Every company is now able to have their own mobile apps!
At the end of the day Manya Koetse gave an interesting presentation about the mobile rise of China, and how the mobile revolution greatly impacts Chinese society and changes how people communicate, work, shop and consume news. China’s digital revolution is a mobile one – China is the world’s largest smartphone market and nowhere else are people more active on mobile in accessing social media and making payments. The main mobile trends in China today offer insights into our own mobile landscape of the future!
As you have read: Mobility Matters was an inspiring day with lots of interesting sessions and presentations. It was the first time we have organized an event like this, but it won’t be the last!
It’s our core business to configure, protect and manage your employee devices. The highest added value for your employees comes from custom business applications, deeply integrated in your enterprise systems. That’s why we have launched mobco development, our own app development branch!
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At Mobility Matters we announced the new version 2.0 of our Employee Service Portal! It’s cloud, connects to multiple UEM platforms (at the same time) and has a powerful workflow engine you can customize. The portal lowers your operational and administrative cost to manage the workplace assets and improves the employee experience.
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