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Last updated on Thursday, October 16, 2014, 2:54 pm

Movista Broadens Reach by Partnering With Verizon

Bentonville-based technology company Movista, which provides mobile-first workforce management tools to retailers, announced a partnership Thursday with Verizon, the nation’s largest wireless company. According to a news release, the privately owned company’s leading product, MVRetail, allows companies to leverage smart devices and “the cloud” to provide real-time access and control to mobile workforces. It was created to address the fundamental challenges of managing retail focused field teams. For retailers, manufacturers, service providers and auditors, the platform delivers access to task scheduling, selling, file sharing, payroll and tracking tools. The better and more frequently devices can connect to the Internet the faster the system can perform. That’s... [ MORE ]

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