SAP Mobile Secure Portfolio Ranked by Ovum as 2014 Enterprise Mobility Management Market Leader


WALLDORF — SAP SE today announced that the SAP Mobile Secure Portfolio has been positioned by independent analyst firm Ovum as a market leader in the 2014 Ovum Decision Matrix for Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM).

According to Ovum, “the Market leader category represents the leading solutions that we believe are worthy of a place on most technology selection shortlists. The vendor has established a commanding market position with a product that is widely accepted as best-of-breed.” SAP Mobile Secure has been evaluated based on its “market presence, mature, well rounded solutions and its large and diverse customer base and industry-specific solutions.”

“SAP Mobile Secure provides our customers with the best enterprise-grade security solution for managing applications, content and mobile devices,” said Rick Costanzo, executive vice president and general manager of Global Mobility Solutions, SAP. “With numerous customer deployments of more than 100,000 devices, SAP Mobile Secure elegantly scales to address the needs of organizations just getting started on their mobile journey as well as those requiring the most sophisticated and granular application and device level controls.”

SAP Mobile Secure offers an integrated, cloud-based EMM portfolio with superior user experiences. IT admins are able to quickly get their company up and running. End users benefit from a consumer-grade solution that removes complexity, enables app discovery, and promotes content collaboration. Coupled with SAP Mobile Platform, enterprises are able to create innovative mobile apps, seamlessly and securely deploy them, and efficiently manage their lifecycle throughout the entire process.

A free 30-day trial and further information on SAP Mobile Secure can be found here: www.sapmobilesecure.com

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