Samsung announces Enterprise Alliance Program

Samsung announces Enterprise Alliance Program
Today at CTIA Enterprise & Applications, Samsung unveiled its Enterprise Alliance Program – an organization tailored for the company’s enterprise customers that facilitates the implementation and use of Samsung mobile devices in day-to-day operations of businesses and institutions.

Through the Enterprise Alliance Program, Samsung is aiming to create a cooperative ecosystem that can bring benefits to the enterprise mobility market while increasing the electronics giant’s presence in the enterprise segment. The program’s goal is to not only strengthen the ties between Samsung and its enterprise clients, but to delver an enhanced, differentiated experience for both customers and company employees who use the manufacturer’s enterprise-ready devices.

One of the companies that have already shown interest in taking part in the Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program is American Airlines, which plans to deploy 6,000 Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 tablets on board some of its aircraft. The tablets will replace the airline’s current in-flight entertainment device in premium cabins on select intercontinental flights. The University of Southern Mississippi has also decided to participate and will offer up to 1,000 Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 tablets with the Blackboard Mobile Learn software pre-installed to students participating in an Honors College pilot program.

For further information on the Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program and the benefits that it can bring to companies that choose to take part, feel free to check out the full press release below.


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5 Comments

1. Sniggly

Posts: 7305; Member since: Dec 05, 2009

Very cool, Samsung. Keep it up. :)

2. t-dog unregistered

Well there goes RIM if company move to this

3. Gowless unregistered

aaaallllright sammy

4. ikjoiu

Posts: 16; Member since: Oct 09, 2011

Apple..... you better step up your game

5. PhoneLuver

Posts: 481; Member since: Jul 05, 2010

The Galaxy Tab is not a bad device per se. It's just that it lacks the basics. I use the iPad2 and it's ok. The constant synching is a huge pain in the butt though. Especially when you need a document or file.(Yes, there are dropbox etc.. but it's not as simple as a USB port )The problem is that Galaxy Tab doesn't offer any significant relief. They should offer products similar to the Asus to really capture college students, salesmen etc..

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