Canadian enterprise management company Compugen wants to better serve its Apple product-owning customers.
The Canadian company has officially launched an enterprise service specifically aimed at addressing the full range of Apple devices, including those running macOS, iOS, watchOS and tvOS.
“Apple remains a most popular choice for today’s enterprise and we look forward to providing seamless experiences for our customers, including acquisition, configuration, carrier connection, financing and upgrade paths,” said Harry Zarek, president and CEO of Compugen, in an October 25th, 2017 media release.
Apple users will be able to rely on Compugen for support, inclduing “24-hour, seven days a week help desk, on-site, desk-side support, [Device-as-a-Service] and managed service offerings.”
Compugen customers will also be able to purchase Apple products directly from the Canadian company. The media release also highlights that “unlocked iPhones may be purchased and activated directly through Compugen, or customers can choose to activate through their carrier.”
“Our goal is to empower every Apple user so they realize the full potential within the enterprise with devices to collaborate and innovate to transform productivity,” said Zarek, in the same release. “Further, customers will realize the exceptional Total Cost of Ownership and favourable leasing terms Apple hardware brings to the enterprise based on strong residual and lifetime values.”