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MSC Mobility knocks out the competition

08 Dec 15

Frost & Sullivan has named MSC Mobility the Enterprise Mobility Managed Service Provider of the year in Australia at the 2015 Australian Excellence Awards.

According to the analysts, the selection process was ‘rigorous’ and based on actual market performance indicators, taking into account revenue growth, market share, new product introduction and innovation, breadth of products and solutions, major customer acquisitions and business/market strategy.

Commencing in 2006, The Frost & Sullivan Excellence Awards is now in its 10th consecutive year and endeavours to recognise companies and individuals that have pushed the boundaries of excellence - rising above the competition and demonstrating outstanding performance in the Australian market.

Leuk Andersen, MSC Mobility managing director and co-founder, who accepted the award on behalf of MSC’s management and staff, said, “This is a thrilling and exciting time for MSC. This is great recognition for our team and business that is growing quickly and I still see an enormous amount of opportunity for the future”.

“In 2004 we had the idea that mobile devices would transform the way we do business. Moving ahead to today, we have accomplished a lot and we are thrilled that we picked that trend.

“We are now helping many of the top 200 Australian Enterprise and Government customers fulfill their needs by taking away the complexity of managing their mobile technology so they can focus on developing their own business innovation. That is the future of mobility.” Leuk said.

Justin Stuckey, MSC general manager of product marketing, says, “Mobility is an increasingly complex and fast moving technology segment and probably one of the most disruptive changes to organisations in business history.

“We are helping our customers drive productivity by providing the most comprehensive suite of mobility products and services in Australia and we are increasingly widening the gap between anything our competitors are looking to do. MSC invented the Enterprise Mobile Managed Service (EMMS) name and service category in this region.”

Justin Roche, MSC Mobility CEO, says, “This is a brand new category in the Frost & Sullivan Excellence awards and we are absolutely delighted that we have been selected and recognised for our achievements in the Australian Market.”

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