B2M Solutions, Provider of mprodigy Platform, Opens First U.S. Office

— August 09, 2010

B2M Solutions, which offers a mobile platform designed to "optimize the performance of the extended enterprise," announced it has opened its first U.S. office in Chicago.

According to B2M Solutions, its patented architecture is designed from the ground up specifically for the mobile environment. The company says its mprodigy solution is designed to "deliver robust levels of management control, reduced costs and complexity with a focus on addressing the needs of the business at various stages of the mobile lifecycle."

The mprodigy solution is deployed globally according to B2M Solutions, with devices being managed in more than 30 countries around the world.

The company also appointed Karen O'Conner as its business development manager based in Dallas, where the company has customers and partners in the region (including OEM partner Syclo, Motorola and IBM).

Julie Purves, CEO of B2M Solutions said, "We're delighted to welcome Karen on board to spearhead our US initiative. We are looking forward to continuing our success in the U.S. market which leads the way in technological innovations with many important mobile initiatives. Our highly competitive pricing, local support, as well as creative and innovative models can open up opportunities to localize new products and services specifically for the U.S. market. We are committed to continuous improvement from a both a product and relationship point of view."

Syclo uses mprodigy's core mobile device management modules within its Agentry Mobile Device Management (MDM) offering.

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