This crane and rigging company is one of the largest crane service providers in North America with over 470 cranes with lifting capacities up to 1330 tons. They needed to turn over 260 tablets because their applications were no longer running properly on the Asus Devices.
This utility company has electric and natural gas utility distribution operations around the United States. Starting in 1924, the utility company began a rapid ascent. They have since diversified, acquiring other energy distribution companies, resulting in current revenue of $4B. As their size increased, their mobility needs did as well.
This healthcare company operates skilled nursing, rehab, assisted living, and developmentally disabled facilities; and provides in-home services across multiple states. The challenge for them was securing their diverse base of devices, rolling them out to end users without delay, managing their mobile spend, and providing an ROI…
This oil and gas company is the national leader in fuel handling systems and energy infrastructure solutions to fit all fuel management needs. Their challenges began with 500 devices with AT&T and Verizon with a plan to add 300 devices for Electronic Logging Device (ELD) compliance.
Since 1915, Western Specialty Contractors has stood by dedication to quality craftsmanship. Family-owned, the company has evolved to become America’s largest specialty contractor in masonry, concrete, waterproofing and facades restoration.