Energen Wins 2006 Mobile Impact™ Award for Deployment of Conceivium’s BlackBerry® Solution
Energen Corporation Named Best in Mobile Management
MCLEAN, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Conceivium Business Solutions, is pleased to announce that Energen Corporation is the recipient of the 2006 Mobile Impact™ Award in the Mobile Management category. The Mobile Impact Awards are presented by the Mobile Enterprise Alliance (MEA), a global advocacy group promoting the business benefits of workforce mobility to enterprise end users and decision makers. The prestigious awards honor leading enterprises for successful and innovative deployments of mobile enterprise solutions that successfully balance technology investments with business objectives. The six winners were announced today at the Yankee Group Mobilizing the Enterprise Summit in Boston, Massachusetts. More information about the Mobile Impact Awards program and the winning case studies may be found at www.mobileenterprise.org/awards.
“It is built on open architecture and this means it can scale with us.”
The award-winning case study focused on how Conceivium’s MobileAnalyzer and MobileMonitor solution helped Energen reduce downtime and the time to respond for BlackBerry-related events and error conditions as well as automated processes for monitoring and reporting. As a result, Energen has been able to increase service quality and reduce the resources needed to manage their BlackBerry infrastructure.
“We chose the Conceivium solution over the others we looked at because I felt [the product] was an investment I could make that would last, no matter what happened with evolving wireless technology,” says Anderson. “It is built on open architecture and this means it can scale with us.”
"Energen Corporation demonstrates ‘state of the art’ for enterprise mobility in 2006 with an innovative mobile deployment that balances technology investments with business objectives,” stated Daniel Taylor, managing director, MEA.
Mobile Impact Award nominations were submitted from around the world as case studies in seven categories. The entries were evaluated by an independent group of judges including leading editors and analysts Kara Gattine, managing editor of TechTarget’s SearchNetworking and SearchMobileComputing, Eugene Signorini of Yankee Group, Kitty Weldon of Current Analysis and Cliff Raskind of Strategy Analytics.
About the Mobile Enterprise Alliance (MEA)
The Mobile Enterprise Alliance (MEA) is a nonprofit U.S. 501(c)(6) membership organization whose mission is to facilitate and encourage enterprise adoption of mobile workforce technologies, services and solutions. In its third year, the MEA Mobile Impact™ Awards program collects, recognizes and publishes case studies of leading corporate mobility deployments. The MEA currently represents more than 1,500 members in 37 countries and is funded exclusively through dues from participating vendors, service providers and systems integrators. More information can be obtained at www.mobileenterprise.org.
Conceivium (www.conceivium.com) is a provider of wireless management solutions for today’s smart businesses. Conceivium has clients ranging from small organizations to worldwide enterprises, including government and public sector agencies. Conceivium offers solutions to help manage organization and fulfill business requirements.