Boston, MA 10/14/2014 (wallstreetpr) – Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S) disclosed that it was providing tools to empower the businesses’ employees to benefit from it. The company indicated that it was offering a mobile-focused solution of Google Apps for job. This would make the work easier for the employees.
Single Sign-On Capability
The company stated that its Ping Identity would perform the cloud-based capability of single sign-on enabling users to sign on to all their business apps through a single username, as well as, password, its statement indicated. It would also meet the security and access requirements of the IT department.
Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S) said that it expected tremendous growth mobile utility of the workforce. It pointed out International Data Corporation’s forecast predicting a 37.2% of the workforce would be mobile by the end of the next year. Therefore, it said that having access to related tools on mobile devices would become critical to the businesses success.
The company also pointed out that 96% of executives attributed the absence of collaboration as a workplace issue. Hence, it expects enough opportunities for such tools to lift the productivity of the employee that would help businesses grow faster.
Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S) quoted principal analyst of 451 Research, Rich Karpinski, as saying that adopting mobile related tools was inevitable for the businesses. He said that any resistance on the part of the businesses would only be futile as it would provide room for rivals to grow faster. This apart, he said that partners would also align with similar minded collaborators only while employees would look towards a workplace that was more integrated with their values.
The company’s VP of business solution commercialization, Mike Fitz, said that irrespective of the businesses using its wireless services or not, the businesses would depend on Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S) for Google Apps for job to be done. It said that it would eliminate obstructions and encourage employees to perform better. He pointed out that the company was providing value-added services such as e-learning, single sign-on and 24/7 end-user support.