Certero has launched a new version of its EMM (Enterprise Mobile Management) solution – AssetStudio Vitado - extending its capabilities and offering a price upto 70% cheaper than the leading alternatives.
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Cheshire, United Kingdom -- Certero has launched a new version of its EMM (Enterprise Mobile Management) solution – AssetStudio Vitado – extending its capabilities and features to cover the key requirements of device, application and content management. Pricing is eye-wateringly competitive at just £1 per device per month, which can be upto 70% cheaper than the leading alternatives.
AssetStudio Vitado is designed to be the most cost-effective EMM product available and ensures control is maintained and risk minimized, whilst giving end-users the access and flexibility they need.
The new version sees MDM (mobile device management) functionality extended to support Apple’s Device Enrollment Program (DEP), while the addition of Android for Work enables organizations to separate business applications, supporting employees as they use the same Android device for both personal and work purposes.
Commenting on the new release, John Lunt Certero’s CEO, said: ‘As more mobile devices enter the workplace, there is a huge demand for solutions able to address the complexity of EMM and accompanying security policies. AssetStudio Vitado now has all the necessary MDM and MAM (mobile application management) functionality required to help organizations take maximum advantage of mobility, whilst maintaining control and minimizing risk.’
Customers can purchase AssetStudio Vitado for a monthly price of just £1 per device.
John Lunt explained further: ‘Our mission is to help customers maximize the value they get from their IT assets, across the whole of their estate. We accomplish this by offering world-class solutions and services at the best-possible price-point. AssetStudio Vitado absolutely ticks all the boxes needed for effective EMM and means organizations can access a comprehensive solution at a fraction of the price charged by traditional providers.’