The European rail logistics company TX Logistik AG is dropping BlackBerry and switching to a multi-OS platform with MobileIron. According to the company, they trust MobileIron's "great Android competence" to safely manage a large number of Samsung Knox devices and business apps.
TX Logistik AG, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Italian State Railways, will drop the BlackBerry platform, which it introduced in 2005 to manage mobile devices and apps. The company will switch to Samsung Knox in a transition that is set to be complete by March 2015. For its enterprise mobility management (EMM), TX Logistik AG will use the MobileIron platform, which will securely manage mobile email, personal information manager (PIM) data, and business apps.
For example, the rail logistics company is piloting an Android app that processes orders for service providers and employees. This app will ensure that drivers always have access to real-time information about order processing. The scheduling of rolling stock will also become available on mobile devices.
TXL is one of Europe's largest transport companies for rail freight. TXL operates with licenses in nine European countries (Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands and France). TXL designs boundless transportation networks, develops freight transport concepts and provides industry-specific solutions.
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