Exertis has announced the availability of Android zero-touch enrolment, a streamlined process for enterprise deployment of large scale corporate-owned mobile devices. Exertis will provide this service for its reseller channel for applicable handsets and tablets from Huawei, Sony, LG and Nokia.
Mark Weston, Exertis, mobile sales director said “Android as a platform scores heavily in terms of device choice, cost, features and the ability for businesses to customise the handset for specific customer apps. With zero-touch enrolment, IT departments can easily and securely deploy their own corporate devices in bulk with enforced management without having to manually set-up each device. We are pleased to be able to offer this service to our customers.”
Android zero-touch enrolment enables customers to use their preferred enterprise mobility management provider to set policies and manage apps on the device and for their employees to be set up and ready to get started straight out of the box, fully configured. It works with compatible devices running Android Oreo (8.0) and a wide variety of EMM providers. Exertis can provide resellers with the means to set up their customers with a zero-touch portal account, a choice of mobile devices and a range of finance options including its own innovative device-as-a-service offering.
“To ensure the success of this initiative, Lisa Barber will manage the team that will support Android zero-touch enrolment. She has over twelve years mobile industry experience, the last seven within the mobile team at Exertis. Her experience and expertise will ensure that we maximise the opportunities that this will provide for our enterprise customers and vendors,” added Weston.
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