Wonderware cements Motorola compatibility
08 March 2010
Motorola has awarded Invensys Operations Management’s Wonderware IntelaTrac mobile solution with Enerprise Mobility validation, via its Enterprise Mobility Validated Solution Program. The IntelaTrac solution is a mobile workforce and decision support system.
The mobile component of the IntelaTrac application can operate with a wide variety of hardware from Motorola, which is available through the Wonderware brand as a part of a customer's purchase of the system. These products include the MC55 and MC70 Enterprise Digital Assistants (EDA) and MC9090 family of mobile computers.
"Being awarded the Motorola Enterprise Mobility Validation is a significant achievement because it assures Invensys customers and partners of system interoperability between Motorola devices and our IntelaTrac applications," said Jim Frider, mobile solutions marketing manager, Invensys Operations Management. "This will lead to faster solution deployment, lower cost of ownership and higher end-user satisfaction. There's no doubt that our success has been greatly accelerated due to our relationship with Motorola, which has helped us deliver the mobility solutions our customers are demanding."
Motorola's Enterprise Mobility Validated Solutions Program enables partners to test and validate their mobility solutions on Motorola products to help ensure interoperability and meet the application-specific needs of customers, as well as reduce risk and time to deployment. Invensys Operations Management successfully achieved Enterprise Mobility validation by completing Motorola's Enterprise Mobility Validated Solution Program, including joint testing at the Motorola Solution Center located in Holtsville, New York. The IntelaTrac solution is now permitted to use the Motorola Enterprise Mobility Validated Software logo, designation, which will help assure customers and partners of system interoperability between Motorola devices and IntelaTrac applications.
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