Citrix posts 100% revenue growth in enterprise mobility biz in H1 2014

Citrix today announced nearly 100 percent revenue growth for its enterprise mobility business in the first half of 2014.

The company also announced Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System (FMOLHS), San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, and a leading bank in the U.S. are some of its new clients for XenMobile enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution.

More than 80 percent of Citrix mobile platforms sales are from customers opting for XenMobile Enterprise, the EMM offering and a core component of a mobile workspace solution, versus the standalone MDM product.

Recently, Citrix completed the deployment of XenMobile for Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System, the largest health system in Louisiana.

FMOLHS utilizes Citrix to streamline clinician mobile workflows, cutting the time for employees to access their apps and data on mobile devices, ensuring security and patient privacy and assisting FMOLHS with its compliance with HIPAA security rules.

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XenMobile enables FMOLHS to address device proliferation and empower its doctors and nurses with Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) access, improving productivity and user satisfaction.

San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, the chief law enforcement agency in San Diego County, is also using XenMobile to provide mobile apps and data on government issued smartphones and tablets to its mobile workers.

Citrix said the new productivity apps have allowed San Diego County Sheriff’s Department to create new mobile workflows. Deputies can use XenMobile NetScaler Connector and WorxWeb to create reports with audio, photo and video files during investigations, share the report securely on their managed mobile devices.

XenMobile enables a bank in the U.S. to provide its employees with mobile apps for email, browser and document sharing via ShareFile on an optimized network via NetScaler, delivering a rich user experience while meeting stringent compliance and regulatory requirements.

The company said new productivity apps — WorxNotes, WorxEdit and WorxDesktop — will be available to XenMobile customers in September 2014.

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