MakeMeMobile expands to meet enterprise mobility demands
Issued by P and P Communications on behalf of MakeMeMobile - Nov 9th 2015, 11:44
MakeMeMobile, specialists in mobile enterprise solutions, has expanded its operations to support the growth of the business throughout South Africa.
The company recently opened a regional office in Port Elizabeth to meet the demand for mobile enterprise solutions in the automotive, retail and logistics industries in the Eastern Cape region and support their growing base of customers in these sectors. “Although we have been providing services to this region via our Cape Town and other regional offices, the expansion of this customer base required our presence in the region to provide the necessary quality on ground support and services to our existing customers, and enable us to grow our business,” says Andrew Fosbrook, director of MakeMeMobile.
With regional offices throughout the country, MakeMeMobile relocated its Cape Town office to larger premises this month, where its software development competency is housed, along with its range of application solutions, which are now being hosted in the cloud.
According to Fosbrook, cloud-based solutions allow customers flexibility and growth and minimise the investment of large infrastructure to implement their enterprise mobility solutions.
MakeMeMobile specialises in delivering a range of enterprise mobility solutions, which include mobile sales automation, mobile field service, mobile delivery solutions, mobile inventory management, and voice solutions for warehouses or distribution centres.
Fosbrook comments, “We are continually investing to improve our professional services, which include our service desk offering, countrywide deployment capabilities, technical support and repair facilities to ensure that we become the leaders in the mobility arena.”Click here for more information on MakeMeMobile
The need to effectively mobilise and manage your sales force for seamless, efficient and transparent processes in the supply chain is paramount in order to reduce costs and meet customer demands.
Johannesburg – 15 August 2016 - Having the ability to provide customers with cloud-based enterprise mobility solutions increases efficiency and allows for rapid deployment, reducing the need for capital expenditure on IT infrastructure. This also allows quicker time to market resulting in increased Return on Investment on companies’ mobile solutions, according to Andrew Fosbrook, Director at MakeMeMobile.
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MakeMeMobile was recognised for their excellence at the recent Honeywell Sensing and Productivity Solutions’ three-day Middle East Turkey and Africa (META) partner conference in Bangkok. MakeMeMobile, a recognised leader in enterprise mobility computing and AutoID solutions in southern Africa, scooped two coveted awards at the partner conference.
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