3 Scandinavia is the first operator in Sweden to introduce Ericsson's push e-mail solution. The service will be hosted by Ericsson under a managed services contract, allowing 3 Scandinavia to launch the new service quickly and easily in a cost effective way. A friendly user pilot is to begin immediately.
EMO offers easy-to-use access to email, contacts and calendar updates that are automatically delivered to the user via the 3G network. E-mail attachments can be downloaded, read and edited. Ericsson's hosted enterprise solution offers simplicity, openness, security and low total cost of ownership for the operator. EMO works on a wide range of terminals and installation and maintenance are designed to be as simple as possible.
Shlomo Liran, CEO of 3 Scandinavia, says: "Push e-mail is an important piece in our 3Business offering, which is one of the most competitive and modern business offerings on the Scandinavian market. EMO adds even more flexibility, mobility and control for our business customers.
Johan Wibergh, President, Ericsson Nordic and Baltic, says: "EMO is a great example of Ericsson's ability to combine mobility with the corporate environment. We are proud to be part of 3 Scandinavia's innovative offering to Swedish and Danish enterprise customers."
Hosting is a part of Ericsson's managed services offering. The global trend towards managed services is accelerating as operators and vendors work in partnership to reduce costs and bring new services to market as quickly as possible.
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