A Validation of Mobile Productivity
A few weeks ago, we released an update to the on-premise and SaaS versions of our Avalanche product. With three decades of managing mission-critical mobile devices under our belt, one might think the release of a service pack is a bit mundane. However, the recent activity around Avalanche has been quite the opposite.
Along with this release, we took a moment to celebrate the most recent validation we received from a long-time device manufacturer and partner. Although Avalanche has been validated numerous times over the years by Zebra, we’re extremely proud to have received Zebra Enterprise Validation on their latest mobile computers. As customers choose the recently released TC70 series or the brand new TC8000 for their mobility deployments, they can rest assured that managing those devices with Avalanche is more than “just another-third-party enterprise mobility management product”.
Zebra Enterprise Validation “confirms an application works as intended on a particular Zebra Technologies device. Application developers participating in the program work closely with Zebra Technologies' engineers to validate their application's functionality under common customer usage scenarios. This thorough evaluation provides assurance that devices will perform as expected when used with the application.”
Ivanti is honored to receive such recognition. While our own extensive knowledge of mission critical productivity inspires the products we build, the extensive, independent testing performed by a device manufacturer provides our customers an even higher level of assurance. Enterprises don’t have time for vendor finger-pointing, or products that offer “limited support”. Businesses depend on all of us, as solution providers, to deliver compatibility as part of our partnership. Ivanti delivers on that promise with each of our products, and we’re proud to add this badge of validation as a symbol of our continued commitment to our customers and partners.
*This post originally appeared on the Wavelink blog prior to the rebrand in January 2017, when Wavelink, LANDESK, Shavlik, AppSense, and HEAT Software merged under the new name Ivanti.