Samsung Mobile Plans To Collaborate With InfoLogix

Samsung Mobile and InfoLogix CollaborationThe Number One mobile phone provider in the United States, Samsung Mobile, and the leading technology provider of enterprise mobility solutions for the healthcare and commercial industries, InfoLogix, announced today that they plan to work together in order to deliver mobile managed services to customers across North America.

InfoLogix is one of the most respected names in the industry, and continues to be the leader of mobile advancements.

Samsung is dedicated on providing enterprise customers with all-new solutions to power business applications that drive bottom-line business goals, as a leader in developing and marketing wireless handsets and telecommunications products across North America.

Vice President of Content Service and Enterprise Enablement for Samsung Mobile, Gavin Kim, explained that they are eager to work with InfoLogix to provide enterprise customers with a complete solution for achieving the full benefits of mobility throughout their organizations, both inside and outside the four walls. He also explained that as one of the most respected names in the industry, InfoLogix continues to be at the forefront of mobile advancements and, in collaboration, they look forward to bring the best in Samsung Mobile technology and InfoLogix services to organizations across the country.

President and CEO of InfoLogix, David Gulian, said that the combination of the advanced mobile technology of Samsung and the depth of Knowledge of InfoLogix in managed services can produce powerful results for enterprise organizations. He also explained that by collaborating with an elite, worldwide leader in mobile communications like Samsung, they have the potential together to create new and groundbreaking mobile solutions that address the day-to-day challenges that organizations face in becoming more efficient, effective and competitive in the global marketplace.

Source: MobileBurn

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