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Advanced Technology Services (ATS) Introduces Enterprise Mobility Managed Service™
ATS' Enterprise Managed Mobility Service provides businesses with turnkey mobile solutions to ease deployment and increase security

PEORIA, Ill., Feb. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Advanced Technology Services, Inc. announced a new addition to its EnterpriseWatch™ suite of services, Enterprise Managed Mobility Service (EMMS), a new mobility product that significantly reduces the complexity of deploying mobile applications that run across a variety of back-end enterprise systems and mobile devices.

ATS' new mobility service further extends its established EnterpriseWatch portfolio to provide a comprehensive solution, for companies interested in transforming their business lifecycle with mobile solutions.  Leveraging the industry-leading SAP® Mobile platform, Enterprise Managed Mobility Service enables the rapid and secure deployment of mobile applications and devices.

"As our customers and their mobile workforce continue to drive value in their mobility based business capability, we see our partnership with SAP as an enabler as it relates to the enterprise and enterprise IT to create value through enterprise-aligned deliverables," said William Stuckert, vice president, IT Services, ATS.  "This value is derived by leveraging ATS's Enterprise Mobility Managed Services platform to reduce the barrier to entry with rapid implementation resulting in rapid results for our customer's core business.  SAP has been a key partner for our own mobile device management and security solutions in manufacturing concentrations throughout North America.  The result of our implementation and our ability to scale for our growing mobile workforce is now able to be shared as best practices to enable our customers the same types of overall wins."

"Making it easy for businesses to run better through mobile solutions is critically important today," said Wille Jow, global vice president, Managed Mobility, SAP. "We are extremely pleased that ATS will deliver this capability to the market, through this new Enterprise Managed Mobility Service offering leveraging the SAP Mobile platform. Extending ATS's managed service expertise with SAP's open heterogeneous mobile platform and solutions will help enable customers to rapidly and securely deploy the latest mobile applications and devices to achieve faster time to value with flexibility and cost-effectiveness."

Advanced Technology Services' Enterprise Managed Mobility Service  is a comprehensive, user-friendly offering that provides large global enterprises and mid-sized businesses with a fully integrated solution in key areas including: inventory and expense management, logistics, mobile device management, mobile security, and application deployment.  For the past year, the mobile device management and security modules of the ATS managed service have leveraged SAP Afaria®, the industry-leading mobile device management solution. The SAP Mobile Platform now powers ATS' Enterprise Managed Mobility Service .

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About Advanced Technology Services:
ATS makes business run better by improving the productivity and profitability for many of the world's most respected companies. Through innovative IT services, production equipment maintenance and spare parts repair, ATS helps business remain competitive in a fast changing global economy. ATS is headquartered in Peoria, IL with offices and services centers located in Chicago, IL,  Greenville, SC, Detroit, MI, Monterrey, Mexico and the United Kingdom. For more information visit www.AdvancedTech.com.

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SOURCE Advanced Technology Services, Inc.

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