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July 12, 2013

Wireless Analytics' CLEAN Platform Enables Enterprise Mobility Management Platform



In order for businesses to empower their workforce with mobile productivity in a secure, simple way, Wireless Analytics, an award-winning outsourced wireless expense management provider, has introduced the next version of its flagship CLEAN Platform, scheduled for release at the end of the year.

CLEAN Platform offers visibility into enterprise wireless spending, as well as e-procurement and support. This platform scales to include domestic and international carriers, and is able to provide analysis on assets and usage patterns related to voice and data pooling, text messaging, international roaming and all features.

Wireless Analytics has also added 28 percent more staff since the beginning of the year, and the company has expanded office space by 20 percent. The company has augmented account management, billing analysis, end-user support and application specialist staff. Planned enhancements to the platform include new custom reporting to deliver advanced analytics and visibility for mobile spending, device management and user support, and optimization engine enhancements to automatically identify opportunities for reducing mobile spending.

Carl Jahn, vice president of development and co-founder of Wireless Analytics, said in a statement, “Our upcoming version of the CLEAN Platform is the next evolution of our Wireless Expense Management product. The feature updates we’re building into the platform combine the best practices we’ve developed while delivering managed mobility solutions over the past ten years with what our customers have indicated will make mobility management easier for them.”

“Investing in our mobility management team has enabled us to anticipate future customer needs and make sure those needs are met – whether our customers are looking for deep insight into mobility cost and usage, a partner to handle their MDM solution or guidance on corporate policy around devices, BYOD or app deployment,” said Wireless Analytics CEO Erik Eames.




Edited by Alisen Downey
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