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Kevin Keith serves as Director of Professional Services serving all AirWatch Mobile Device Management (MDM) customers globally. Mr. Keith manages technology specialists across all major mobile device platforms, dedicated to supporting customers with creation and implementation of their MDM strategies using the AirWatch management console.
Prior to joining AirWatch, Mr. Keith launched the American operations of Microlise LLC, a global leader in mobile workforce management and vehicle based asset tracking technology. As vice president, operations, for Mircolise America, Mr. Keith was responsible for managing the strategy for penetration of Microlise’s solutions in the Americas as well as day to day operational management. Mr. Keith also all U.S. based strategic partnerships.
Prior to joining Microlise America, Mr. Keith served as Executive Director for Professional Services at Manhattan Associates, the global leader in supply chain planning, optimization, and execution solutions. Mr. Keith held several leadership roles in his 8 years at Manhattan Associates, including management of tier 1 client delivery, introduction of several new software offerings in the market, and responsibility for creating the professional services methodology that supported more than 300 professional services resources. Mr. Keith served in quality assurance and oversight roles for more than 100 customers globally during his time at Manhattan Associates.
Mr. Keith received his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Florida.
Location: Room 1E10 Wednesday, October 20, 2010, 2:00 PM-3:00 PM
A key direction for enterprise mobility management is to extend the edge of the organization’s network all the way to the mobile device - handsets and other mobile subscriber units can now be managed just like the rest of the network. But there are many possible directions, choices, and options to be considered in this rapidly-evolving field, and this session will examine key alternatives in what is becoming a vital concern – and opportunity - for organizations on the go.