Samsung introduces new enterprise mobility solutions

Samsung Electronics has introduced a range of new enterprise mobility solutions at Mobile World Congress 2010, demonstrating its strong commitment in the enterprise mobility market. Samsung enterprise solutions, delivered in collaboration with leading partners, encompass key mobile enterprise solutions such as Enterprise Email, Enterprise IM, Security, MDM (Mobile Device Management), UC (Unified Communications), CRM (Customer Relationship Management), SFA (Sales Force Automation), BI (Business Intelligence) and vertical applications.

Samsung is actively discussing with major mobile operators to commercially launch the solutions in 2010. Most of the enterprise solutions showcased at MWC are expected to be commercially available by end of 2010.

“The Enterprise Mobility Solutions we’ve presented today at Mobile World Congress, really cement Samsung’s place as a major player in the enterprise mobility market” said WP Hong, Executive Vice President of Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics. “Support from leading enterprise partners and major operators, has proven Samsung’s commitment to deliver the comforts of the office computing environment to the smartphone – true mobility without compromise.”

The Samsung Enterprise Mobility Offering comprises a suite of solutions & devices specifically targeted to the needs of the enterprise customers. Samsung smartphones support the most robust enterprise solutions on Microsoft Windows Mobile, and soon offer enterprise solutions on Android platform. Samsung will expand the capability to offer enterprise solutions on LiMo as well as bada, its own platform in 2011, giving enterprise customers both the choice and flexibility they want.

In recent months, Samsung has greatly expanded its channel support structure with major carriers’ enterprise sales teams and has built strong relationships with premium solution partners such as Cisco, Formotus, Microsoft, Spring Wireless, Sybase, and Wipro. Samsung will continue to expand its collaboration model with major enterprise players such as Oracle, SAP and IBM in coming months.