Motorola Solutions has launched three new Enterprise Mobility products in Kenya as it deepens its presence in the market. The new products include the ET1 Enterprise Tablet, the MC40 Enterprise Assistant and its Wireless Network Solutions.
The new products will complement the existing portfolio offered by Motorola Solutions – including ruggedized mobile computers and enterprise class smart-phones; advanced mobile scanning and imaging solutions; a robust line of barcode scanners and RFID readers.
The expanded product suite is expected to contribute towards growing its client base, which currently includes respected local and multinationals.
Travis Heneveld, United Nations Account Director, Motorola Solutions said that the company’s recent acquisition of Psion for $ 200 million has enabled it to flesh out its mobile computing portfolio and gain deep expertise in the manufacturing, industrial and supply chain sectors where Psion has traditionally been very strong.
Heneveld also revealed Motorola’s deep cooperation with the humanitarian sector in the disaster relief eco system. “Motorola is not just about the technology. We are working closely with governments and NGOs around the world to bring communications services to where they’re needed most. Our advanced solutions and strong track record in emergency communications is helping first responders be their best in the moments that matter” he said.
“The explosion of mobile devices means greater demand for wireless internet in businesses. To support this need Motorola brings an unparalleled portfolio of proven wireless solutions, helping businesses offer better service for customers in a world that is mobile and connected,” said Anthony Fulgoni, Europe & Africa Distribution Manager at Motorola Solutions.
The newly launched products and solutions will be deployed by Motorola’s strategic distribution partner Westcon Africa.