GSA Names SAP Afaria a Mobility Mgmt Source for Agencies; Sanjay Poonen Comments

SAP logo An SAP mobile device management offering has been selected by the General Services Administration as a potential mobility management source for federal agencies.

The SAP Afaria identification system is available through GSA’s program that aims to streamline the mobile device management, mobile application management and mobile lifecycle management procurement processes for agencies, SAP said Wednesday.

GSA’s Government-Wide Mobile Device Management Program lists companies that meet the agency’s requirements and secured baseline pricing.

“Government agencies — much like their private sector counterparts — are increasingly leveraging enterprise mobility to engage their employees and serve U.S. citizens better,” said Sanjay Poonen, president and head of SAP’s mobile division.

Poonen said the company’s managed mobility infrastructure works to help agencies manage devices, applications, content and communications.

According to GSA statement, SAP demonstrated its offerings as compliant with both FIPS and FISMA 140-2 regulations.

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