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Mobile Mentor deal to offer customers more confidence in Android

11 Mar 2019
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Mobile Mentor today announced it has joined the Android Enterprise Recommended program for managed service providers. The Google-led program is aimed towards giving customers more confidence in deploying Android and ensuring their enterprise mobility deployment is as consistent and as current as possible. 

Under the program, validated MSP partners are trained on the latest best practices from Google to help customers simplify their mobility programs, allowing for agile and efficient growth using Android. 

Customers can expect Mobile Mentor, as an Android Enterprise Recommended MSPs, to demonstrate: 

  • Technical expertise and leadership with dedicated personnel trained by Google on implementing and supporting Android 
  • Experience with Android Enterprise Recommended enterprise mobility management systems
  •  A close working relationship with Google for planning and escalation issues 
  • A commitment to staying current on the latest Android product features and training requirements 

“We are very proud and excited about our ability to serve our customers who operate large Android fleets across the USA, Australia and New Zealand. We have invested in building and training a team of engineers and support staff who are experts in the Android mobile environment. We are very pleased to be a part of this program with Google," says CEO Daniel McCarthy.

To talk to one of Mobile Mentor’s Android Enterprise Recommended experts, contact Mobile Mentor at aer@mobile-mentor.com.

To learn more about Mobile Mentor Android Enterprise Recommended, click here.

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