RACO Focusing on Solutions for Rugged Devices

— October 10, 2012

RACO Wireless has agreements with three manufacturers of ruggedized enterprise mobile devices to offer lower-cost bundled solutions to enterprise mobile device users.

These programs will combine durable enterprise mobile devices with RACO's team, transport and tools, including the Omega Management Suite that allows customers to select, monitor and control their enterprise devices from a secure, web-based application.

The new bundled programs will be equipped with a comprehensive three-year service plan and warranty, and will be available to enterprise customers through hundreds of solution providers across the country.

"Our goal is to remove all barriers for entry and operation. With these new programs, we have not only simplified the way that companies use mobility, but enhanced the tools used to control their workforce," says John Horn, president of RACO Wireless. "Enterprises no longer have to participate in retail service plans and use retail devices that do not make sense from a financial or durability standpoint. Companies can now set and keep a fixed mobile device budget with enterprise products at a lower total cost of ownership."

Rugged enterprise-grade mobile devices allow mobile workers to have less downtime and create efficiencies at the point of service, while at the same time easing the IT support required. "Integrating these reliable devices with the network and infrastructure of RACO Wireless at fixed costs is solving a long-standing business problem," says Rob Adams, CEO of RACO Wireless.

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