Tait partners for enterprise mobility

Mobile Mentor and Tait will guide customers through the mobile strategy development process and enable large-scale deployment of mobile solutions throughout the organisation.

Tait Communications has formed a strategic partnership with enterprise mobility provider Mobile Mentor.

The partnership is intended to bring together Tait’s work in supporting critical communications, with Mobile Mentor’s services that enable firms to develop and deploy applications, with security, on smartphones and tablets in the field.

According to the companies, Mobile Mentor and Tait will guide customers through the mobile strategy development process and enable large-scale deployment of mobile solutions throughout the organisation.

James Kyd, Tait’s CMO, said the partnership with Mobile Mentor complements Tait’s existing critical communications solutions and will enable Tait to expand its managed services offering to include enterprise mobility solutions.

“Our partnership with Mobile Mentor forms part of a wider strategy to grow our expertise in software and services - including management of field devices - through global partnerships and in-house capabilities, as we anticipate future trends in the public safety and critical infrastructure markets,” said Kyd.

“We have seen a real interest among public safety agencies to include smart devices into their communications toolset in the field. Working with Tait Communications helps us to have the right conversations with the right people in those organisations and get some very innovative solutions working out there,” said Mobile Mentor CEO Denis O’Shea.

Tait has delivered communications solutions to global customers for more than 40 years with clients in more than 150 countries.

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