Mission Critical Wireless triples workforce in last 18 Months


Mission Critical Wireless (MCW), an enterprise mobility
management services provider, announced that it has tripled its staff within
the last 18 months and has aggressive hiring plans in play through the end of
the year.


The company’s growth of more than 200 percent in closing
business opportunities has required a significant investment in both its
workforce, as well as its office space, which is now nearly double its original
size.


As a Mobile Device Management (MDM) specialist, MCW
works with IT departments to determine customized mobile data solutions that
enable enterprises, wireless carriers and individuals to enhance productivity
and maximize ROI on mobile investments.


This demand for enterprise mobility management services
comes on the heels of the mobile revolution, with today’s companies recognizing
they need ongoing support for virtually any wireless platform in the
enterprise. In fact, Forrester predicts the MDM market will rise to $6.6
billion by 2015, a clear indication of its significant impact on the enterprise
environment.


MCW’s value proposition makes mobility manageable for any
organization, as the company works with clients that span from Fortune 500
companies, regional and national wireless carriers, to small businesses
throughout the U.S.


Wireless data acts as a catalyst for growth to countless
organizations. Our success mobilizing enterprises, in turn, has acted as a
catalyst for growth for our own company,” said Dan Croft, founder, president
and CEO of Mission Critical Wireless.


We have had tremendous success mobilizing enterprises
because of our technical and industry expertise, superior customer experience,
and passion for helping businesses and IT professionals organize in a
bring-your-own-device environment. Our strong tie to Chicago also gives us
access to some of the best talent in the industry. We are looking forward to
continuing to tap into local Chicago talent and bringing on additional employees
in 2011 and into 2012,” Croft added.


By Telecomlead.com Team
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