A New Generation of Smartcases for Mobile Enterprise Unveiled for HP Provides Durability, Modular Extensibility, and Real-Time Data Enablement.
Mobelisk, a pioneer in modular and IoT-enabled Smartcases today announced their launch of MoGo for Windows. MoGo utilizes smartphone devices as an engine, allowing for premium specifications and highly customized functionality at a very favorable cost advantage. MoGo can perform in the harshest conditions, while providing workers with the durable technology they need to get the job done. Mobelisk can offer these hardware upgrades at a fraction of what the cost would be if they had to rely on traditional third party ruggedized hardware and software manufacturers.
MoGo is the first in its industry to feature an integrated array of cloud-connected IoT sensors in the MoGo case that measure shock, vibration, temperature, humidity, and barometric pressure independently from the smartphone device. This allows both proactive service and support of the devices in the field, and the ability to capture valuable real-time operational data. Together, the companies will demo the MoGo Smartcase on the Elite x3 in the HP Booth 4B30 in Hall 4 at Mobile World Congress taking place February 27th-March 2nd at the Mobile World Capital in Barcelona.
Mobelisk will be the first in the industry to offer this unique approach to enterprise mobility on Windows 10 Mobile, showcasing seamless integration across desktop, tablet, and mobile for full device management. MoGo is an integrated appliance that features a plethora of hardware advantages: its ergonomic design offers protection, extended battery life required for field force work, and other modular components that can be added including barcode scanners, magnetic card readers, additional sensors, and more.
This reliable business solution not only offers device protection, but also facilitates true integration between proprietary software and other critical business applications utilized by mobile workforces by virtue of its rich set of SDK (software development kit) tools and utilities, optimizing investments already made, with room to further extend and expand functionality.
"We're providing functionality that extends devices built for business such as the HP Elite x3 into other markets and key verticals that are relying more and more on mobile solutions. HP will now be able to offer optimized solutions for mobile workforces, giving workers that couldn't rely on fragile hardware in the past the solution they need," said Dennis Hamann, Founder and CEO of Mobelisk.
"We're taking a strong 3-in-1 mobile device and adding enhanced capabilities through modular hardware and IoT sensors in the case to make it perfect for vertical markets such as fleet management, field services, hospitality, retail, healthcare, and many other business fields."
MoGo is adding to the mobile experience by supporting specific industry needs where the use cases require a smaller, more discreet size than that offered by larger tablets. Many enterprises will utilize these devices in serving their own customers. Each MoGo unit has the capability to be further tailored with company logos and colors, extending the enterprise's brand to the important interactions with its customers.
"MoGo for Windows adds to the HP x3 ecosystem and helps drive new levels of worker productivity for mobile first workers who have traditionally been hampered by paper based workflow or older and less mobile computing systems," said Keith Hartsfield, vice president of product management,
Mobility, HP Inc.. "Collaborating with industry partners is a critical path to accelerating innovation in enterprise mobility, and we're excited to work with Mobelisk to push the boundaries on affordable, effective, and highly scalable 3-in-1 mobile solutions across market segments."
MoGo for Windows is the latest addition to the Mobelisk product line, which also includes the Chimera, a flexible, modular, and durable platform that supports seven to eight inch tablets and can also be custom-tailored for companies seeking to deploy tablets to their field forces, and MoGo for Android, launched this month on the Samsung Note 5.
MoGo fundamentally has the same DNA and advantages of the Chimera, and will appeal to many different markets needing both durability and flexibility. Mobelisk is enabling enterprise mobility for specific needs, not just with a hardware case but also with extra functionality with software integration for any smart device, in volatile environments where rugged support is needed. The solution provides enterprise-grade wireless service plans, robust mobile device management, and enhanced service and support, all in one.
Mobelisk will be have a presence in the HP Booth 4B30 in Hall 4 at Mobile World Congress. Dennis Hamann, Founder & CEO, and Chris Robson, VP of Product and Engineering at Mobelisk, will offer MoGo for Windows product demos.
Mobelisk creates durable and flexible mobile solutions that can be custom tailored with its unique modular platform to support a wide range of enterprise needs. Mobelisk brings mobility to the enterprise with its cloud-connected and IoT-enabled hardware and software platform that leverage the size, affordability, and accessibility of consumer tablet and smartphone offerings, along with a software platform and SDK that facilitates easy integration of unique functionality into highly functional, durable vertical industry applications. To learn more about Mobelisk, please visit http://mogo.mobelisktech.com/.
For further information: Dan Capawana, Resound Marketing for Mobelisk, firstname.lastname@example.org, (609) 279-0050 x109