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CEA 2016 Best Mobile Solution Winners

Joe Ussia and Chris Stock from Infinite IT Solutions is presented with the CEA award by Stefan Galloro of Rogers

The Gold award for Best Mobile Solution went to a solution provider who enabled staff to get up and walk around the office and still be productive. Mississauga, Ont.’s Infinite IT Solutions won its second Gold prize by providing their client with a unique solution allowing them to roam around their office and around the globe while still controlling staff profiles using a highly secure methodology.

Since the deployment of this mobile solution, the company has expanded the solution to enable remote desktop management and support so customers can access data any time, from any device, anywhere while mitigating threats to sensitive data.

Company CTO Chris Stock said this mobile solution efficiently brings about messaging services with cutting edge products that support the needs of the next generation enterprise.

CEA Silver Winner

The Channel Elite Award silver winner is new to the Canadian market. They are originally from Washington, D.C., and moved into the country after acquiring two top solution providers in CMS Consulting and Imason.

Called New Signature Canada, this company developed a mobile solution for Subaru Canada that empowered all of its workers that are on the road.

With 88 dealerships nationwide, the solution is a virtual showroom for Subaru cars that can digitally inform potential customers the latest innovations from the automaker. This solution reduced a significant amount of paper work and enables salespeople to quickly pinpoint the new car features customers cared about.

CEA Bronze Winner

The Bronze award winner in the Best Mobile Solution won the 2015 Solution Provider of the Year award. Jolera of Toronto is a company that specializes in network architecture as a managed services provider.

They developed a mobile app meant to empower the end user in an anytime, anywhere scenario. The solution has the ability to work with eight disparate networks and can push data and insight to end users, while also pulls actionable requests such as inspecting the performance of a virtual server while traveling to China.