Offering the entire gamut of mobility soultions, Mobiliya is planning to mark its presence in the enterprise mobility solutions domain, Krish Kupathil, CEO of the company, tells Elets News Network (ENN)
Tell us about the various mobility solutions that the company offers.
Mobiliya designs and builds different devices for a number of vertical industries, consumers and enterprises. These devices run the custom Mobiliya Secure Android platform and other Mobiliya IP to provide customers a compelling, sustained market advantage. Devices incorporating Mobiliya technology and platform are being used in Education, Defence, Security, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas and other niche verticals with specialised devices. Mobiliya’s latest offering, Mobiliya Shoonya, is an enterprise-grade, extensible xDM solution that enables clients to administer secure mobile device management policies.
Mobiliya offers localised and differentiated smartphones and tablets for mobile OEMs and operators. Other solutions include Mobiliya KratOS, a customisable, secure enterprise-grade Android; Mobiliya Onvelop, an enterprise mobility platform for companies of all sizes; and Mobiliya Edvelop, a collaborative, mobile-learning platform for schools and universities. Our customers and partners include some of the biggest names in technology.
Do you also offer solutions for the BFSI sector?
Mobiliya offers a whole range of mobility solutions to the BFSI segment comprising consumer-facing mobile apps, mobile wallets, and single-interface employee communication and collaboration systems. With advanced in-built security and manageability functionalities, like on-device encryption, restricted access and remote-device management, our solutions enable banking institutions to extend secure mobile services to their clients and employees.
How the solutions you offer are different from those of others?
As a pioneer in end-to-end mobility solutions, Mobiliya has a distinct edge. With a team of more than 400 engineers, developers, designers and UX experts working across the global delivery and R&D centres located across the globe, we boast of a workforce that is passionate about creating benchmark mobile technologies every day.
Moreover, our ability to build a customised mobile ecosystem from ideation to delivery further boosts our value proposition. From creating specialised devices to a series of secure, manageable and flexible mobile platforms, solutions and apps, Mobiliya’s 360-degree approach makes the perfect mobility partner for enterprises, brands, ODMs and OEMs.
Is it the right time for the country to shift from eGov to mGov mode, according to you?
Today, India is the second largest market in the world in terms of the number of mobile subscribers. An estimated 900 million Indians have mobile phones and about 10 million subscribers are becoming mobile-enabled every month. Recognising this phenomenal revolution, the Government of India launched the ‘Mobile Governance Initiative’ in 2013 and within just two years, the statistics tell an incredible story.
By the first quarter of 2015 itself, approximately 55.25 crore SMSs were being sent for various mobile-based government services, with about 254 public services available for citizens through SMS. With even a dedicated Government App Store comprising about 26 live apps, the trend is definitely inclined to further emphasise on mGovernance.
How do you plan to further increase your market share in India?
We, at Mobiliya, are looking to capitalise on these trends with our specialised mobile offerings like Mobiliya Shoonya and Mobiliya Edvelop.
Mobiliya Shoonya is an enterprise mobile management (EMM) solution customised for the Indian market. “ e rm is already in talks with key government entities like the Indian Army to create specialised all-terrain mobile devices powered with the secure Mobiliya Shoonya platform. The company has also partnered with the leading universities and institutes to power their distant learning modules.