DataXoom is expanding the AT&T Partner Exchange℠ relationship by adding video communications provider Pristine to its ecosystem.
DataXoom offers mobile data connectivity specifically designed for businesses. The company offers contract-free, customized data solutions used to connect businesses to the mobile Internet, and has established relationships with leading mobile operators in the U.S.
“DataXoom joined the AT&T Partner Exchange program in early 2014 to bundle our mobile services – such as our pooled data plans – with its own solutions and expertise to meet its business customers’ current and future needs,” said Randall Porter, vice president of business development, AT&T Partner Solutions. “As one of our top mobile services resellers in AT&T Partner Exchange, DataXoom provides its end users with access to the nation’s most reliable 4G LTE network with the strongest 4G LTE signal, enabling customers like Pristine to keep its people, processes and assets connected.”
DataXoom’s partnership with Pristine provides Pristine and its enterprise customers with high-bandwidth, multi-carrier connectivity, which is critical for companies that require teams to reliably collaborate and communicate through mobile and wearable tech. In addition, the collaboration between DataXoom, Pristine and AT&T Partner Exchange enhances the value customers receive from Pristine’s unique EyeSight video software. EyeSight allows companies to “beam” their expertise to members in the field or other business locations. The secure, “see what I see” video solution enables subject matter experts back at the office to collaborate with remote workers, helping increase the efficiency and effectiveness of teams in the field.
“DataXoom’s approach to wireless connectivity has uniquely positioned us in the marketplace”, said DataXoom’s Vice President of Business Development, Kelley Carr. “Others serving the growing Internet of Things (IoT) space provide bits and bytes. DataXoom is offering gigabytes. This type of connectivity allows companies to easily roll out wearables and other high-consumption data devices or applications to contractors, sales reps and technicians – without having to worry about the speed or reliability of the connection.”
The market for wearable technology is taking off with an expected global market value of $19 billion in 2018 according to Statista, and businesses are at the forefront of using wearables to transform how they operate. According to PriceWaterhouseCoopers, companies can improve the productivity and safety of workers performing repetitive or dangerous tasks with tailor-made wearable solutions.