Frost & Sullivan announced Sprint as the recipient of the 2019 North American Product Leadership Award for Sprint MultiLine – an all-in-one solution that allows employees to use one device for personal and business use.
The revolutionary platform, which launched in 2017, allows staffers across businesses of every size to bring their own device, while allowing them to switch back and forth between phone numbers through the Multiline app – maintaining clear separation between work and personal life. And with the ability to use any phone, on any carrier, its agnostic design is changing the game when it comes to companies managing their mobile communication and communication operations.
Not only is it saving cost, elevating productivity and streamlining management for small and medium-sized businesses, but its recent feature enhancements related to security and compliance is directly affecting enterprises in even the most heavily regulated industries – such as the financial sector and healthcare. In fact, more than 2,000 businesses have adopted MultiLine to date.
Two Is Better Than One
This isn’t the first recognition bestowed upon the groundbreaking BYOD offering. Last year, MultiLine was honored by Frost & Sullivan with the 2018 New Product Innovation Award.
The prominent analyst firm also noted that Sprint is the only major U.S. carrier to offer a BYOD solution designed specifically for businesses, meeting the needs of both the employee and the organization through the platform’s ease of use and high-value integration capabilities.
MultiLine, combined with Sprint’s superior service and cost benefits, has marked true leadership in the market – evidenced by thousands of businesses and their employees benefitting from ease of use, simple compliance reporting, enhanced usage reimbursement, a streamlined cloud-based management platform, data analytics, mobile phone recording and many more advanced features.
Each year Frost & Sullivan recognizes one company that has developed an innovative product that delivers a quality business solution while also enhancing customer value. The findings involved extensive primary and secondary research, comparing market participants and measuring performance through analytics and interviews to identify industry best practices.