AT&T* today announced that it has been ranked the leading provider of enterprise mobility services in the U.S. by Current Analysis. The advisory report ‘U.S. Carrier Enterprise Mobility: Competitive Landscape and Best Practices’ highlighted AT&T’s combination of leading elements, including a solid set of core and value-added services, coupled with innovation around machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions, smartphones and embedded devices, and enterprise applications.
The Report describes and contrasts the enterprise mobility strategy and services of the four largest carriers in the U.S. and rates how they stack up when it comes to offering enterprise-focused mobile voice, data and email plans; third-party and carrier-provided applications; mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets and portable navigation devices (PNDs); and value-added services such as telecom expense management (TEM) and mobile device management (MDM). The analysis is based on ongoing research as well as briefings and analyst events over the last few months.
“The enterprise mobility space is heating up in the U.S.,” said Kathryn Weldon, Principal Analyst, Enterprise Mobility, Current Analysis. “U.S. enterprises represent a significant opportunity as a growing set of valuable customers and the evidence points to AT&T as the carrier that is leading the way.”
“We have made significant steps in the area of enterprise mobility in recent years, including the recent launch of our Advanced Enterprise Mobility Solutions Group, and are gratified to be recognized for our work in this area,” said Michael Antieri, President, Advanced Enterprise Mobility Solutions, AT&T Business Solutions. “Mobility has become the beating heart of many enterprises, transforming the way they do business – this is a critical component of our offerings to large multi-national corporations.”