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Membership warehouse club operator BJ’s Wholesale Club Inc. plans to optimize its mobile workforce by deploying a laptop management platform to manage and secure employee laptops from a central location.
The retailer will use Blue Bell, Pa.-based Fiberlink’s MaaS360 platform for laptop management. “BJ’s is committed to supporting an increasingly mobile workforce,” said Tom McMahon, VP of technology solutions and support services at BJ’s. “With the MaaS360 platform, BJ’s team members can be productive, connected and secure wherever they are.”
MaaS360 is a cloud-based platform and portal that provides enterprises with a centralized tool to manage all of the elements of a growing mobile workforce, regardless of where users, devices or data are located or connected. The system was developed to track and manage remote desktops, laptops, mobile handhelds, USB devices and netbooks.
Natick, Mass.-based BJ’s operates 189 clubs and 105 gas stations in 15 eastern states.