400+ enterprises chose Nokia Lumia

In the last two years, more than 400 enterprises have opted for the Windows Phone based Lumia portfolio.

The enterprises include: GMR Group, Tech Mahindra, Ibis Hotels, Deloitte, KPIT, Qualcomm, Emerson, CGI Info Systems, Trilegal, Eureka Forbes and others.

Enterprises chose to change over from their existing smartphone platform as Lumia offered a lower total cost of ownership (TCO) for services like email and the Microsoft Office suite and offered tighter seamless integration and enterprise grade security on the mobile device.

Acceptance for the Lumia portfolio spans across the enterprise segment including IT, ITES, telecom, banking & financial services, hospitality, infrastructure and FMCG, among others.

Organizations in these sectors are using their enterprise mobility services for solutions such as field force management, sales force automation, legal database management, besides traditional email, enterprise communication solutions, Microsoft Office suite and host of other smartphone applications.

These organizations have witnessed reduction in recurring cost, increase in productivity by getting real time access to e-mails, collaboration via real-time data sharing.

Raghuvesh Sarup, director-Sales, Nokia India, said “Windows Phone platform offers strong benefits and Nokia Lumia is at the forefront of bringing it to organizations. The Lumia portfolio allows them the flexibility of mobilizing a greater part of their workforce. Currently, we are adding more than 20 new customers every month in India and these organizations are part of the BT Top 1,000 corporates.”

Most of the Nokia customers have opted for two of the best Lumia business smartphones – Lumia 720 & Lumia 520. Both the devices offer great experience. The devices are built on the Microsoft Windows Phone 8 platform, which allows out-of-the-box access to Microsoft apps and services, including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and SkyDrive.

Live Tiles on the Nokia Lumia offer intelligent, interactive apps, showing the latest emails, news, documents and people updates as they happen, so that at one touch of a tile, team members can reach key people, stay organized and collaborate with colleagues.

The People Hub in Windows Phone 8 further helps organize teams, allowing staff to set-up groups, work together innovatively and stay in touch with co-workers across text, Facebook, Twitter, instant messaging and email.

Together with Microsoft, Nokia is sharpening its strategy on bringing business customers to Windows Phone, using the combined strength of Windows Phone 8 and the popular appeal of Nokia Lumia smartphones.

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