Amtel Wins Top Rank in DCIG 2014 Mobile Device Management Buyer’s Guide

Recommended MDM Solution Scores High, Achieves Best in Class Top Spots in Two Categories

SANTA CLARA, CA–(Marketwired – Dec 3, 2013) – Amtel (, the leading provider of integrated cloud-based solutions for mobile device management and expense control, announced that Amtel’s MDM solution is a winner in the 2014 DCIG Mobile Data Management Buyer’s Guide with “Best-in-Class” top spots in User Experience and Support categories.  In the Security & Compliance and Management categories, the Buyers Guide puts Amtel MDM in the “Recommended” position.

‘Overall, Amtel is among the top three vendors who scored 100 points or more, having scored 115.5 points winning the “Recommended” spot, just 0.5 point below the top spot,’ said Pankaj (PJ) Gupta, Amtel CEO and Chief Architect. “That’s a whopping 80 points more than what Airwatch scored in 11th place.”

DCIG Buyer’s Guide is a great resource to help customers in identifying and understanding what MDM solutions are available in the market, along with key factors to consider when deciding which solution to shortlist, test and deploy. You can download the 2014 DCIG MDM Buyer’s Guide for free, after registering at the DCIG website.

DCIG’s Disclosure about MDM Buyer’s Guide Methodology:

‘For the MDM Buyer’s Guide, DCIG evaluated 26 offerings using vendor responses to a questionnaire with 80 questions plus published information. Solutions were then evaluated for more than 100 characteristics, and weighted after conversations with end-users. After scores were compiled, solutions were assessed and ranked either “Best-in-Class,” “Recommended,” “Excellent,” “Good,” and “Basic” across functionality and capability relative to the overall market landscape. In every case the participating vendor had the opportunity to review and respond to the survey and the information regarding their product displayed on the data sheets included in this Buyer’s Guide.’

“DCIG also spoke to various end-users to get a sense of how they would weight their needs in these various areas. DCIG then evaluated the vendors’ capabilities by applying weighting indicated from our conversations with these end-users. No vendors, whether clients or not, were afforded preferential treatment in the Buyer’s Guide. All research was based upon information provided directly by vendors, research and analysis by DCIG and other publicly available information.”

About DCIG

DCIG analysts provide informed, insightful, third party analysis and commentary on IT hardware, software and services. DCIG independently develops and licenses access to DCIG Buyer’s Guides that provide actionable intelligence through comprehensive, in-depth analysis of data center infrastructure product features. DCIG also develops sponsored content in the form of blog entries, case studies, product reviews, special reports and executive, standard and full-length white papers. DCIG’s research serves the need of C-level executives, IT managers, systems and storage engineers and architects for multiple industries as well as the needs of enterprise, SME, channel, reseller and service providers.

About Amtel

Amtel secures mobile communications for enterprise field services and BYOD, with a complete set of integrated, SaaS solutions that help improve operating efficiency, mobile worker productivity, and customer experience. Amtel is the only vendor who provides an integrated solution for all three aspects of enterprise mobility management– communications, security, and expenses. The entire solution is managed from a single, intuitive Web console. Headquartered in Santa Clara, CA in the heart of Silicon Valley, Amtel is known for its relentless customer focus and rapid innovation, empowering the mobile revolution in enterprises. For more information, visit



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