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November 16, 2010

Verizon introduces new mobile services enablement platform

Customisable templates to create new business-specific apps

By CBR Staff Writer

Verizon has launched a new Mobile Services Enablement Platform that helps enterprises design their applications for a mobile environment so that workers can access the applications across different devices and have the same experience as when the applications are accessed from a desktop environment.

The new Mobile Services Enablement Platform (MSEP) is the latest addition to Verizon’s Managed Mobility portfolio, which enables on-the-go professionals to securely conduct business where and when they need to.

The company said that the new platform provides a flexible way for organisations to design, develop and manage mobile business applications across multiple devices and carriers.

The new offering provides customisable application-development templates that can be tailored to create new business-specific applications.

In addition, the new platform is already integrated with major enterprise software applications including Siebel, SAP, Oracle, Remedy, Salesforce.com and Amdocs, which enables individuals to have a similar experience with these capabilities whether accessing them from an office or remotely.

The Managed Mobility Services Portfolio is designed to improve mobility programmes that allows enterprises to subscribe to modules, including MSEP, mobile device management, mobile security, inventory and expense management, and logistics.

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The company said that the managed mobility services are available throughout the US and in many countries in Europe, with plans to roll out the services in the Asia-Pacific region early next year.

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