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Namibia: Green Enterprise Solutions partners with WorksPad

December 19, 2017 • Online & Social, Southern Africa, Top Stories

Namibia: Green Enterprise Solutions partners WorksPad

Namibia: Green Enterprise Solutions partners WorksPad.

Green Enterprise Solutions (Green) has signed a partnership agreement with WorksPad, the Mobile Business Application Software, for the African continent. Green, a Namibian company that provides Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Solutions for the Namibian market, has partnered with WorksPad to offer the application across Africa.

The lines between personal devices and works devices are becoming ever more blurred in this hyper-connected world. Employers and employees do not switch between devices for personal or work activities, this is where WorksPad comes into its own. Mobiles and tablets can now be switched into fully functioning enterprise mobile workplaces.

WorksPad can be implemented on most smart tablets and phones like; iPads, iPhones and Android devices and turns them into functional mobile workplaces that are fully integrated as mobile enterprise workplaces. It provides employers and employees with a wide range of capabilities, a user-friendly interface and enterprise-grade security in a single app for iOS and Android. This includes; File manager, access to corporate files, mails, calendar, address book, full function document editor, innovative collaboration tools.

The WorksPad application works on an individual’s personal device and gives companies who want to give their workers the option of using either their own devices for business purposes. It works within a secure environment on a smart device and creates a container to prevent content distribution outside of the corporate workspace that keeps corporate and personal data completely separate.

Whether the user is taking notes, carrying calculations or making photos its easy exchange files across devices and operating systems – be that an iOS, Android or Windows device – on the same Wi-Fi/LAN network. WorksPad also features a special presentation mode for iPad, Android and Windows PC that provides business users with cross-devices screen sharing. It does so with the user knowing they are doing so in a fully networked and secure environment. This is a great development, especially in a country as vast as Namibia. WorksPad enables processing of orders, data and or administration for employees who are on the road, or not at the head office. Streamlining the organisation’s processes and eliminating human errors and saving crucial data on the organisations servers and ready to share.

Kehad Snydewel, Managing Director of Green said; “We are thrilled to be the representative of WorksPad in Namibia and the rest of the African continent. It is a great product and one that we cannot wait to roll out to our present base of clients as well as new ones throughout Africa. Green has the capacity, ICT-knowledge and contacts throughout Africa to make the implementation of WorksPad a success on the continent.”

Edited by Fundisiwe Maseko
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