Retriever Partners with MSI Data to Deliver Mobile Field Service Platform

— March 20, 2012

Retriever Communications, a vendor focused on mobile field force automation technology in Asia Pacific and Europe since 1996, announced that it has partnered with MSI Data to bring its advanced field mobility platform to the United States. The new Retriever and MSI Data partnership connects Retriever Enterprise, Asia Pacific (APAC) and Europe's most technologically advanced enterprise platform for rapid development of field service mobility applications, with MSI Data, a key provider of field service management software and depot repair software to the North American marketplace.
 
MSI Data develops enterprise, scheduling and mobile software that helps companies improve the productivity of their field workforce. MSI Data replaces paper and spreadsheet-based business processes with mobile technology for field workers and ERP, CRM and accounting systems integration. Whether deployed in the cloud or on-premise, MSI field workforce software applications are easy to acquire and easy to deploy.
 
Retriever Communications is a field force automation company that has received substantial international industry experience. Retriever focuses on wireless field technology to improve field worker productivity through seamless integration. 
For large commercial, industrial and institutional enterprises seeking field service, inspection or other field workforce productivity gains, Retriever offers a feature-rich and secure toolset for rapid development of mobile applications, and a wide array of deployment options.

The Retriever platform allows enterprises to deploy for any device running the iOS, Android or Windows Mobile operating systems, including tablets, rugged PDAs and smartphones. Retriever solutions integrate with any back-end system with a focus on customizability, and are offered in both SaaS and licensed software options.
 
"Retriever's unique write-once, deploy natively on iOS, Android or Windows Mobile fits perfectly with MSI Data's strategy to align with the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) mobile philosophy," notes Harvey Shovers, President of MSI Data. "Europe and APAC have been far ahead of North America in deploying this type of technology, and we're excited to help U.S. companies have similar successes with Retriever's field mobility solutions."

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