VMware AirWatch Sells Over a Million Licenses in India

VMware has announced that it has sold over a million licenses of its VMware AirWatch Mobile Device Management solution to enterprises in India to help them manage the mobility needs of their workforce. The company also announced that India was one of the fastest growing markets for its End User Computing business globally. AirWatch saw some notable wins in India – including Air Works, Axis Bank, Fullerton, IDFC Bank, Indigo Airlines, Mindtree, OYO Rooms, Wipro, and Zomato, among others.

Mobility and the shift to the mobile-cloud era are among the most transformational trends in business today. With the potential to affect many employees, customers and business interactions, mobility can empower organizations to be more competitive and successful.

VMware AirWatch Mobile Device Management helps businesses to address the challenges associated with mobility by providing a simplified, efficient way to view and manage all devices from a central admin console. The solution enables businesses to enroll devices in their enterprise environment quickly, configure and update device settings over-the-air, and secure mobile devices.

“Enterprise mobility is a trend that is fundamentally redefining the workplace, its technology, and even how, when, and where people work today,” said Arun Parmeswaran, managing director, VMware India. “We, as an end user solution provider, play in the center of this revolution, with a comprehensive portfolio of solutions that enable organizations to adopt true business process transformation. “India represents one of the top growth markets for VMware when it comes to End User Computing and, as a leader, we are excited about the opportunities that are emerging for our business.” 

“Our IT roadmap has been designed around the mobility of our workforce who are constantly on the shop floor working on large airplanes. Our unique business model necessitates engineers to carry devices – whether they’re iPads or android devices – to work efficiently on the move,” said Ravinder Pal Singh- Global Chief Information and Technology Officer, Air Works. “We partnered with AirWatch to help us on our mobility journey as we believed their technology could help us securely manage the applications, content and devices our teams use, without impacting the efficiency and quality we pride ourselves on.” 



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