Nine23 enables people to use technology securely: consumer simplicity with enterprise security.
We have established ourselves as a highly focused secure mobile solutions company servicing the public and private sectors. We have proven this through service deliveries of user-focused solutions in complex environments. These include accredited solutions and firsts for mobility in the public sector. We do this because we are passionate about creating innovative enterprise capabilities that live up to our expectations of personal mobile devices.
Nine23 is pleased to offer FLEX, a fully managed Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) platform accreditable to OFFICIAL SENSITIVE, ready to onboard mobile, tablet, and laptop devices from any operating system including iOS, Android, and Windows. Secure cloud, modular design, fully hosted in the UK.
What’s in a name? Before I say where the name came from, I should explain the ethos of Nine23 to set the context. The best way to do this I feel, is to set out what we have in our company strategy.
Why do we exist? Nine23 exists to enable the front line user (FLX). We passionately believe that mobile technology enhances the front line user and they should be put first.
What is our vision? To become a leading secure enterprise mobility management company within global regulated and compliance industries, continuing to put the front line user experience first.
And our mission? Our mission is to deliver complete enterprise mobility solutions that support the operational end user in governed and regulated markets.
Our values: The Front Line User is who we represent; to develop trust; to show integrity; to be results/delivery/outcome focused; to show respect; to strive for excellence - always act with competence and strive to advance; and to take responsibility. In simple terms, we put the end-user first and enable the use of technology.
Why is this so important to Nine23? Surely this is what everyone states in their sales material? Well many do state this, but in my case, I spent 23 years in the Army and I can tell a war story or two (grossly exaggerated of course) like most that have been in the military. I know what it’s like to have equipment that is not the best, or even fit for purpose. The military is one area where users will always use their own equipment (boots, gortex, GPS etc) to some extent to make their lives easier. But it is not just them that do this, and don’t get me wrong not all equipment is useless. So, we want to enable the end user to make the most of what today’s technology offers, but also understand its limitations. Whatever industry you operate in it should be the end-user that is put first.
Which leads me back to the question: why Nine23? It is as simple as the last 3 digits from my Army service number – “my last three”.
Stuart McKean (2017)
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