MUNICH and MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., June 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Mobile enterprise security leader MobileIron (NASDAQ: MOBL) ensures that Munich Airport employees can safely use the organization's growing number of applications on their mobile devices. The focus of the mobile initiative is securely mobilizing intranet and SAP processes.
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At Munich Airport, mobility does not stop on the tarmac; it is a key concept throughout the organization. Flughafen München GmbH (FMG), the organization responsible for managing the entire airport infrastructure, relies increasingly on mobile technology for mobile email and contacts, secure content storage and sharing, as well as mobile access to the organization's intranet, web services, and SAP applications.
FMG wanted to enable employees to use corporate-owned as well as employee-owned mobile devices for work. Two years ago, with support from MobileIron partner CANCOM in Munich, Flughafen München GmbH deployed the MobileIron platform as its Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) system for managing and securing iPhones and iPads in order to enable employees to use their phones for both business and personal applications.
"MobileIron has provided us with a well-engineered and easy to use EMM system," said Michael Meister, System Engineer, IT Service Division at FMG.
With MobileIron, Flughafen München GmbH provides secure access to various web-based applications, SAP applications, and the Flughafen München GmbH intranet portal using MobileIron Tunnel, an app-specific VPN tunnel. Maximilian Metzker, senior consultant at CANCOM, the implementation partner, commented on the custom solution: "Both intranet and SAP applications can be used just as easily and seamlessly as if one is directly on the company network."
Walter Englmaier, Head of Accounting at FMG, described the cost savings: "MobileIron allowed us to move FMG's electronic purchase invoice processing, including integration with the release workflow, to the mobile platform. This made the processing workflow more cost-efficient." Linda Brummer from Aeroground GmbH, a subsidiary of FMG, added: "Using our mobile BI application (Cubeware) in the MobileIron environment gives our managers flexible anywhere access to reports and KPIs."
Wolfgang Schwaiger, Product Manager Voice, IT Service Division at FMG, explained that the implementation of mobile technology at the airport is a work in progress: "Developing the mobile infrastructure at Flughafen München GmbH is an ongoing project. The MobileIron platform provides a wide range of features -- which is needed as we continue to receive new requests from the various departments."
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About Flughafen München GmbH
FMG (Flughafen München GmbH), incorporated in 1949, operates Munich Airport, which opened at its present site on May 17, 1992. It is jointly owned by the Free State of Bavaria (51 percent), the Federal Republic of Germany (26 percent) and the city of Munich (23 percent). The FMG corporate group, with its 14 subsidiaries, employs more than 8,500 people. With a total workforce numbering more than 32,000 employees with 550 companies, Munich Airport is one of Bavaria's most important workplaces. Within just a few years of opening, Munich Airport developed into a major air transportation hub and was firmly established in the rankings of Europe's 10 busiest airports. Munich Airport now offers connections to more than 240 destinations all over the world and in 2015 handled approximately 41 million passengers.
As a Cloud Transformation Partner, systems integrator and managed services provider, the CANCOM Group delivers a forward-looking, business-oriented range of solutions, providing significant added value for companies' business success. Its own cloud solution for enterprises makes CANCOM the first mover in the emerging cloud computing market and allows it to introduce its customers to the New Way of Computing with analysis, consulting, implementation and services, making it an IT- and business-transformation partner for its clients. The internationally active group of companies with its approximately 2,800 employees and a powerful partner network ensure presence and proximity to clients for example in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the United States, among other locations. CANCOM SE, which is listed on the TecDAX and based in Munich, is headed by Klaus Weinmann (founder and CEO) and Rudolf Hotter (COO). The group achieves annual sales revenues of more than 900 million euros.