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Harness the power of mobile

Joint mobility solutions from Samsung Business Services and Red Hat reduce the complexity of bringing mobile apps to market and help you generate greater returns on your mobility investment.

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What we're doing together

Delivery of next-generation mobile apps

Samsung and Red Hat solutions accelerate mobile innovation. They help you create mobile business apps with compelling user experiences that take advantage of built-in device features and provide secure access to critical business data.

Mobile app innovation solution

Get to market faster and easier

Semi-custom mobile apps built by Samsung on Red Hat® Mobile Application Platform get it done. Samsung can also help you build custom apps:

  • A range of easily customizable off-the-shelf mobile apps
  • Reusable app components that enable quick delivery
  • Integrated with Red Hat Mobile Application Platform
  • Available for smartphone, tablet, and wearable devices

Rapid mobile app development

Mobile apps tailored to your needs

Samsung’s expanding set of semi-custom mobile apps can be tailored to your needs, business workflows, and brand so you don't have to invest heavily in development. Built on Red Hat Mobile Application Platform, these apps include full access to back-end services available using Mobile Backend-as-a-Service technology. Some of examples of our semi custom apps are below.

For more complex use cases requiring custom mobile apps, Red Hat Mobile Application Platform offers a complete range of functionality for developing, integrating, and managing your entire portfolio of mobile apps, providing centralized visibility and control over security and integration.

Samsung financial manager app screenshot in focus

Financial manager

With this app, users can check account balances, deposit checks and more, while being protected by 2-step verification and fingerprint login. The app delivers simple, but critical, banking features quickly and easily.

Samsung asset tracking app screenshot in focus

Asset tracking

This app uses a device's camera to scan bar codes and capture pictures of assets, giving the business a full record of its property. You can also customize the app to capture different asset categories, such as physical hardware, software, or licenses.

Samsung business intelligence app screenshot in focus

Business intelligence

This app puts everything managers need at their fingertips to make well-informed decisions. The app gives a bird's-eye view of critical business elements.

Security and innovation solution

Get a thoughtful and secure environment

Samsung analyzes your current mobile environment to create a cohesive security solution tailored to your goals. Choose from Samsung's portfolio of security services:

  • Security analysis and planning
  • Implementation guidance and planning
  • Security mechanism selection and testing
  • Review of key architecture elements
  • Comparison to ideal reference architecture
  • Mobile Security Assessment

Enterprise support solution

Get simple and stable management

Samsung's mobile management services help you simplify and stabilize your mobile environment with a comprehensive suite of services:

  • Enterprise mobility management (EMM) assessment
  • EMM license sourcing
  • EMM migration services
  • Device provisioning

We are excited to collaborate with Red Hat to deliver the next generation of mobile enterprise applications and solutions that are shaping the future of business innovation. Samsung believes that strategic alliances with organizations such as Red Hat that deliver open source enterprise infrastructure and reliable, secure integration will help businesses drive mobile innovation and digital transformation.

Gregg Ostrowski
vice president, Global Enterprise Services, Samsung

Watch and learn

Break down barriers to mobility

In this video, principal analyst Nick McQuire (from market research firm CCS Insight), Steve Drake (Red Hat global director of partners and strategic alliances for mobile), and Gregg Ostrowski (Samsung global enterprise services vice president) talk about:

  • Recent research findings for the enterprise mobility market
  • Strategies to overcome 4 of the main roadblocks to mobility

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