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VXL Software unveils Fusion UDM Premium for All Businesses

VXL Software

VXL Software commences ultra-modern Fusion UDM Premium; integrates enterprise-class device management within the reach of almost every business. Fusion UDM Premium offers the kind of device management power that large corporations expect, but with lower, simpler pricing.

Our aim with Fusion UDM Premium is to break down the barriers to ownership of enterprise-class management products,” says VXL Software’s VP of SalesFrank Noon.

Lower prices don’t mean a cut-down product. According to  Noon, “Fusion UDM Premium compares very favourably with the market leaders, feature-for-feature.”

The new product significantly magnets organizations which have small IT teams supporting 100-1,000 users, but would like to enjoy the same device management as large enterprises.

VXL Software’s Fusion UDM Premium enables

  1. Organisations to control their inventory.
  2. Ensure software licensing compliance, manage security, predict and manage hardware failures, roll out upgrades and patches with ease – and much more.
  3. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) support, currently in development, will be added free for users who buy now.

Fusion UDM Premium doesn’t just deliver powerful device management,” concludes Noon. “It’s available at a price that’s unquestionable value. Our calculations, using industry-standard metrics, show that companies can achieve a full return on investment in less than four months.”

Fusion UDM Premium supports the management of devices running VXL Linux, Android, Windows Embedded, Windows POS – and is future-upgradeable, at no cost, to support iOS, OS X and Windows Mobile.

VXL Software’s Fusion UDM Premium exclusively obtainable, with Bring Your Own Device support available as a free upgrade later this year.

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