Colorado-based Mobile Solutions provides full life-cycle managed mobility services including procurement, staging and kitting, real-time expense management, business analytics and reporting, account optimization, 24×7 U.S.-based support, managed unified endpoint management and device reclamation services. The company reported a record earnings in 2018 after the successful migration of all clients to its next-generation mobility management platform, MAX.
Through its partnership with Mobile Solutions, TBI will be able to offer their customers mobility management services from expert providers. Customers will be able to spend less time on everyday mobility management tasks and more time focused on growing their businesses.
“Our partners are growing in the mobility space month over month,” said Mike Onystock, senior vice president of TBI. “IoT, wireless backups, mobility and the emergence of 5G represent an enormous amount of opportunity. Mobile Solutions brings a unique approach to wireless expense management, allowing partners to monetize an optimization without migrating to a new service provider.”
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Jim Johnson, Mobile Solutions co-founder and CEO said he is “very excited to formalize our relationship with TBI.”
“TBI is a trusted name in the telecommunications industry, and our values are aligned,” Johnson said. “We both believe in streamlining success and providing the highest level of service to ensure our partners and clients’ needs are exceeded every day.”
“We are all incredibly thrilled for the opportunities presented with this partnership,” said Matt Jackopin, director of channel sales for Mobile Solutions. “TBI understands the industry and the value Mobile Solutions is able to provide. We look forward to working together, especially as technology continues to evolve at an unprecedented rate.”
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