10th Annual Mobilizer Awards 2011

— November 10, 2011

It’s no secret: enterprise mobility has officially gone mainstream, with smartphones virtually a fact of corporate life, tablets rolling out at businesses large and small, and rugged devices a faithful staple of field forces around the globe. Wireless technology is transforming the enterprise as we know it, and on the following pages, you’ll find some exceptional examples of the benefits that going mobile can bring.

We sincerely thank all of those who took the time to enter for giving us the opportunity to be inspired by your mobility success stories, and we wish you continued good fortune.

Please join us in congratulating the winners and honorable mention recipients of the 2011 Mobilizer Awards. We hope you’ll find their experiences as enlightening and motivating as we did.




BEST IN FIELD SERVICE
Vivint, Inc.

 
Honorable Mentions
-- U.S. Courts
-- American Airlines




BEST IN ENTERPRISE-WIDE MOBILITY DEPLOYMENT
Bethlehem Police Department


Honorable Mentions
-- Missouri State Highway Patrol
-- Yavapai County Sheriff’s Patrol




BEST IN BUSINESS APPLICATIONS
City of Charlotte


Honorable Mentions
-- Canada Post Corporation
-- AlphaPoint




BEST IN IT MANAGEMENT OF MOBILE DEVICES
Southeastrans Inc


Honorable Mentions
-- ThyssenKrupp Elevator
-- Volunteers of America Chesapeake




BEST IN SUPPLY CHAIN/DSD
Goya Foods


Honorable Mention
-- Wagner Oil

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