SANTA CLARA, CA--(Marketwire - Aug 1, 2012) - Amtel (www.amtelnet.com) announces the latest version of its Mobile Device Security Management (MDM) solution is Google Nexus 7 Tablet compliant, which runs on Android 4.1.1. Amtel MDM now operates on devices that have been purchased or upgraded with the Android 4.1.1 mobile OS, including Nexus 7, Galaxy Nexus, and Nexus S. This new development allows Amtel customers to leverage new features on Android products, such as being faster and more intuitive with smarter notifications, new widgets, and home screen customizations. In addition, Amtel MDM provides extensive features for managing mobile apps, selective wipe by segregation of data, broadcast text, share documents, lost device tracking, GPS tracking, etc.
"To service our enterprise customers, we ensure that our MDM solution is compatible with the latest mobile device platforms. This has allowed them to control devices entering their network in a timely fashion. By staying in tune with the needs of our clients, we consistently receive a 95% Customer Satisfaction rating," said Pankaj (PJ) Gupta, CEO of Amtel.
Providing access to new platform versions enables organizations to obtain more control over corporate and employee-issued hand-held devices with MDM solutions. However, to make sure that Amtel MDM is accessible to more clients, each solution remains compatible with older iOS and Android based devices that are still in use. By taking customer needs into consideration when developing new solutions, Amtel has established itself as a niche MDM leader with a proven track record.
Founded in 2001, Amtel is a leading mobile device management provider. Amtel developed the industry's first integrated MDM and expense management Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution, allowing companies of all sizes to securely manage mobile devices, fixed lines and telecom expenses from a single platform. Recognized as a 2012 Gartner Magic Quadrant niche vendor for MDM, Amtel addresses the challenges companies face in managing both mobile devices and telecom expenses.