MUNICH, Nov. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- MobileIron (NASDAQ: MOBL) today announced that German market research company Crisp Research AG ranked MobileIron highest on Product Value Creation for Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) in its report titled, "Crisp Vendor Universe for Enterprise Mobility."
"This recognition reflects our commitment to supporting the most security-conscious enterprises in the world," said Stratos Komotoglou, Senior Manager Marketing, MobileIron. "Our German customers have especially high security and privacy requirements, so this acknowledgement is meaningful coming from a German research company."
Dr. Carlo Velten, Chairman of the Board of Directors at Crisp Research AG, confirmed these statements and continued, "MobileIron is reaping the rewards of its targeted product development in recent years. With the early implementation of extensive UEM solutions, MobileIron has gained first mover advantages in the field, which subsequently will pay off for MobileIron Bridge."
The full Crisp Research AG report may be obtained on request at: https://www.crisp-research.com/vendor-universe/enterprise-mobility/#fndtn-uem.
Crisp Research AG is an independent IT research and consulting firm that evaluates technology and market trends in concert with a team of experienced analysts, consultants, and software developers. The firm assessed UEM providers that have a meaningful share of the German market. MobileIron received top marks in terms of "Features" and "Product Experience", and has also been recognized as a leader in "Customer Experience" and "Agility". The analysts highlighted MobileIron strengths, including a holistic portfolio with support for all major operating systems, its own service and support division in cooperation with partners, and its considerable references, both German and international, including the majority of the DAX 30 companies in Germany.
Crisp Research AG noted that MobileIron is starting to address laptops and PCs under a single management console. With the launch of MobileIron Bridge, MobileIron extends EMM capabilities to PCs and allows organizations to take advantage of significantly reduced costs and increased efficiency while ensuring consistent security across both PCs and mobile devices.
This report comes on the heels of other global and regional industry recognition for MobileIron. In June, Gartner recognized MobileIron as a Leader for the sixth consecutive year in the Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Mobility Management Suites1. In October, Netherlands-based technology consultancy Computer Profile found that MobileIron's market share is almost double that of the nearest competitor. MobileIron works with prominent German enterprises, including ProSieben Sat1 and other well-known DAX companies.
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About Crisp Research AG
Crisp Research is a European IT research and consulting firm. Together with a team of experienced analysts, consultants and software developers, Crisp Research evaluates current and upcoming technology and market trends. Crisp Research helps organizations manage the digital transformation of their IT and business operations. Cloud, Enterprise Mobility, Data and Digital Business Transformation are the main focus of Crisp Research. At Crisp Labs, software developers and architects evaluate new cloud services and technologies under live conditions.
MobileIron (NASDAQ: MOBL) provides the secure foundation for companies around the world to transform into Mobile First organizations. For more information, please visit: http://www.mobileiron.com/.
1 Gartner "Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Mobility Management Suites" by Rob Smith, Bryan Taylor, Chris Silva, Manjunath Bhat, Terrence Cosgrove, John Girard, June 8, 2016.