BARCELONA, Spain, March 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
FancyFon Software Ltd. announced new features available for Samsung Gear S3 to apply wearable technologies in business processes. FancyFon's main product, FAMOC, gives companies a set of tools to secure and manage mobile data and devices used in almost all scenarios businesses can imagine.
So far, the business value of wearables is still a largely untapped opportunity. Enterprise technology vendors are exploring new ways to use wearable technology to support employees and improve business processes. FAMOC, together with Samsung Knox, supports the Samsung Gear S3 with a secure framework for enterprise adoption of wearables, powered by Knox Customization SDK that provides a set of configuration APIs to enable businesses to tailor wearable devices to suit their business needs. Simple use case scenarios include: connecting a barcode scanner to a smartwatch in a warehouse or detecting a 'man-down' emergency situation.
"Together with Samsung we have a common vision on how wearable technologies can be widely applied in business processes today. We know it's a significant future opportunity that might transform business beyond simple operational cost savings and risk management," said Bartosz Leoszewski, CEO at FancyFon.
"Businesses increasingly recognize the benefits of wearables, but are concerned about the management and security of these devices. This collaboration between Samsung anD FancyFon brings together the very best of Samsung wearable technology with the flexibility and security that today's organizations demand and expect," said JS Kim, Vice President of Global Mobile B2B Team in Samsung Electronics.
To find out more about FAMOC and Samsung Gear S3 integration visit http://www.fancyfon.com/
About FancyFon Software Ltd.
FancyFon has created its main product - FAMOC MDM platform over 8 years ago, and since then the solution has been helping IT managers secure mobile devices of their employees and respond to growing mobility needs. What started as a simple solution to manage mobile phones used by employees (both corporately owned and BYOD) is now evolving to support the whole ecosystem of connected devices. Whether it's a single-purpose tablet, a ruggedized warehouse device or mobile AD display, FAMOC gives companies a set of tools to secure and manage mobile data and devices used in all scenarios businesses can imagine.
With its head office in Cork, Ireland, FancyFon's customers include service providers, large enterprise and government organizations in Europe and the United States.
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