Wireless Asset Management (WAM) Source, a leader in lifecycle management for enterprise wireless assets, has announced that the company has successfully completed the largest wireless device migration for one of the nation´s home healthcare, hospice and personal care companies, the company said.
WAM Source works with companies of all sizes to optimize wireless spending, while ensuring employees have the wireless devices and accessories they need to do their job. When this home healthcare company sought to transition from laptops to wireless devices for their mobile workforce, they turned to WAM Source.
After successfully completing a device rollout pilot program, WAM Source was awarded a contract to complete a wireless device rollout to more than 600 agencies across the United States, providing a new device to nearly 16,000 home health, hospice and personal care employees — within only 15 months. Previously, employees recorded their visits on paper and then entered the information on a laptop. The mobile devices enable real-time patient care reporting, as well as allow more time each day for care givers to see patients.
Wireless Asset Management (WAM) Source helps enterprises of all sizes manage portions or the entire lifecycle of their wireless devices, including new and refurbished device procurement; low cost, high quality accessories; rollouts to employees; inventory management; recycling; and device buyback. WAM Source partners with AT&T and Verizon to provide clients with the mobile devices that best meet their needs. companies in healthcare, manufacturing, utilities, security, and oil and gas have chosen WAM Source for wireless device management for end to end or simply end of life. Founded in 2005, the Minneapolis, MN firm is a woman-owned company with a five-year compound annual growth rate of 52.81 percent.