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DTAC links with Google for Android zero-touch innovation

Aug 01. 2019
Rajiv Bawa, left, head of business group at DTAC, joins Ben King, country director for Google Thailand, in launching Android zero-touch in Thailand.
Rajiv Bawa, left, head of business group at DTAC, joins Ben King, country director for Google Thailand, in launching Android zero-touch in Thailand.
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By The Nation

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Total Access Communication (DTAC) says Google’s Android zero-touch enrolment service suits businesses where employees require smartphones as part of their work.

In particular, with this partnership, the company highlighted sectors covering banking and insurance, loans and hire purchase, service industries and a broad range of other industries.

The company is Thailand’s first official enterprise reseller for the secure deployment method, which allows businesses to pre-configure settings, management and applications for their employees so that their devices are up and running immediately.

By partnering with Google and offering Android zero-touch enrolment, DTAC will deliver an end-user experience for enterprise customers, as this automated deployment method reduces the dependency on IT support and simplifies the delivery and activation process.

“The current business trends are moving towards digital transformation with the emergence of e-commerce and online shopping on both websites and social media. This leads to the collection and analysis of large amounts of data or Big Data, which helps businesses analyse customer needs and behaviours in order to provide the right products and services to them,” the company said. “Therefore, mobile devices and smartphones have become essential tools in businesses as they enable customers and employees to order and deliver products and services conveniently and quickly needed.”

Rajiv Bawa, head of business group at DTAC, said: “DTAC collaborates with strategic partners to create products and services for consumers and corporate clients who need solutions for digital transformation. Google and DTAC have together continuously developed new services and pioneered new initiatives in the industry.”

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