The team at Vox Mobile has built their company on a solid, but simple, foundation. They want to keep your people connected and communicating wherever they are and whatever they’re doing because they believe communication is the basis for any successful, efficient, and productive business.
I honestly can’t think of one business who would disagree with that sentiment. I can think of plenty of businesses who might need help in this area of their company though.
Every company has different blueprints laid out that fit their respective employees, business model, and culture. All Vox Mobile does is enable complete enterprise mobility, whether you’re implementing bring your own device programs or building a mobile strategy – and everything in between.
“Mobile is a transformative platform for business, yet most companies struggle with managing mobile infrastructure. This struggle keeps them from realizing the huge payback of mobile-based business innovation,” says Kris Snyder, CEO of Vox Mobile. “We call this mired-in-mobile-management problem the M-Gap.”
As a managed service, Vox Mobile’s enterprise mobility solution effectively eliminates this M-Gap so their customers can focus on what matters: mobile innovation and generating a ROI from. They’ve actually gotten really good at doing this, and their traction has attracted the attention of some big time investors.
In fact, Vox Mobile recently announced the close of a $6.7 million strategic investment round led by TELUS Ventures, Mutual Capital Partners Funds, Edison Partners, and Permal Capital. All of the funding will be allocated towards accelerating their global growth.
“We've been out in front of the mobility market for some time, and we've established ourselves as both thought and performance leaders. The industry is growing very quickly, and global delivery capabilities are critical,” says Snyder.
Vox Mobile has been partnered with TELUS Ventures for a few years now, and the strategic funding round from them will help the team expand into international markets. Additionally it’ll fund deeper integration and collaboration opportunities between the two companies.
“Our partnership with TELUS has accelerated our evolution and understanding of the international markets as well as the inner workings of non-U.S. carriers,” adds Snyder.
As the team tells me, they’ll be looking towards Canada next as a way to break into the international market. We’ll keep you up to date on how things fare for them up North.
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