In 2011, one of the largest telecommunications providers in the United States found worker productivity and operational efficiency rates unimpressive, primarily because of the limitations arising within its existing “mobile” workforce infrastructure.
Xplore demonstrated through two generations of rugged mobility platforms that it could consistently deliver on every single criteria outlined by the customer. The telecom leader no longer had to pick and choose which features were most important; they now had them all in a single solution, with a single point of accountability, which would be relevant to both C&E technicians and managers for many years.
All the mobile computing platforms they tested were lacking in either processing power, rugged survivability or true mobility – until Xplore Technologies’ XC5 ultra-rugged tablet PC.
“The Xplore XC5 tablet that we originally deployed in 2011 was, environmentally, the strongest machine on the planet.”