2018-09-25T11:30:00Z

What is your primary use case for SOTI MobiControl?


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To secure mobile devices.

2019-02-18T13:47:00Z
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We use it for managing our mobile devices.

2018-11-29T09:34:00Z
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Originally, our primary use case was to manage Windows mobile devices, Intermec ruggedized devices, and now our primary use case is iPhones.

2018-11-29T07:53:00Z
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We use it for the management of our store mobile devices. We have 12,000-plus devices managed by SOTI. We actively deploy applications on a weekly basis, sometimes multiple times a week.

2018-11-25T07:42:00Z
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We use it for MDM.

2018-11-25T07:42:00Z
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The primary use is providing support to remote employees on mobile phones. We also use it to deploy software and updates to the phones.

2018-11-25T07:42:00Z
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We use it for tracking RF units. Across the whole network, we have about 1,000 devices.

2018-11-25T07:42:00Z
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We're a privately owned transportation company and our primary use is our driver-to-dispatch communications. We use devices, managed through SOTI, that allow our drivers to receive their work for the day. We're people movers - we're not parcel movers - so we can tell them where our pick-ups and drop-offs are located. Primarily we're using it for para-transit, for disabled and elderly transportation. People who qualify for certain subsidized programs are able to ride in our vehicles and get to and from everyday locations, like the grocery store or the hospital. We provide that service and our direct line of communication is through the devices that SOTI manages.

2018-11-13T09:23:00Z
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We use it to track our iPads and for upgrading them with software upgrades.

2018-11-11T13:13:00Z
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Our primary use case is version control. A secondary use case would be remote support.

2018-11-11T13:13:00Z
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I'm using it with the handheld pocket devices from Motorola and Internic to provide remote support and employee packages. I also use it for tracking the devices.

2018-11-06T13:09:00Z
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We're a mobile refueling company. We go out into construction sites where they have fleet trucks. We do about 650 million gallons of fuel a year, and we have about 180 fueling trucks in the Midwest, east of the Mississippi. We use the Zebra MC67 devices, with software that we've purchased to control the truck when it distributes fuel to a semi or a reefer trailer or a large earth-moving piece of equipment. We do deliver to trains. All the fuel delivered is real-time to the end customer. For us to manage that we have MobiControl, not only for setting them all up and connecting them, but also for managing and synchronizing files, and for our logistics center - which is the call center - to help the drivers change routes online in real-time. We remote into them and we make changes, or we make changes on our side and then we can watch what happens on the handheld. We walk through issues with the drivers, if they have issues on the handheld.

2018-11-06T13:09:00Z
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In Hong Kong, we are the distributor for the government sector. We implement it on premise and in the cloud.

2018-10-28T09:33:00Z
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We use it for mobile management of tablets and PDDs.

2018-09-25T11:30:00Z
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