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Esper and Lenovo simplify enterprise Android device deployment

Esper’s DevOps infrastructure complements Lenovo’s enterprise-grade smart devices

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Esper and Lenovo have partnered to install Esper software on select Lenovo Android tablets and smart devices aimed at business users.

As a result of this collaboration, enterprises managing large fleets of devices can focus on their critical business applications, while Lenovo's and Esper's joint solution takes care of device infrastructure and management.

Lenovo will combine its expertise in smarter device design, engineering, and user experiences with Esper’s DevOps-enabled device infrastructure software that lets organizations of all sizes and segments configure, manage, better secure, and maintain large fleets of devices.

“With proprietary features like real-time telemetry and seamless provisioning, organizations across industries can rely on Esper to provide cutting-edge solutions that are flexible enough to grow with scaling enterprise fleets,” said Tony Chen, vice president of Lenovo’s Android tablet business intelligent devices group. 

Chen added, “Lenovo is committed to nurturing an open ecosystem that encourages third-party developers to create software for its devices at scale – together, Esper and Lenovo are providing the infrastructure plus ongoing support needed to innovate in the Android edge space.”

The Lenovo-Esper partnership targets the health care market where the devices consumers and practitioners use must be reliable, easy to use, and up to date in terms of security and privacy.

Health care providers are currently unable to deploy and manage sophisticated software with legacy mobile device management (MDM) solutions. 

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Together, Esper's technology and Lenovo's tablets will enable healthcare providers to offer seamless experiences to their patients.

“Esper is proud to be recognized as a longtime collaborator by Lenovo. We share a vision of being valued solutions providers to customers around the globe. Esper’s infrastructure platform fits perfectly into Lenovo’s Android device ecosystem,”  commented Shiv Sundar, Esper co-founder and COO.

Sundar added, “Together, we’re simplifying the management and platform so customers can focus on their core strengths – their application. We applaud Lenovo’s commitment to industry collaboration as the fuel for their vision to enable ‘smarter technology for all.”

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