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OREM — Corrective Education Company (CEC) has formed a partnership with AirWatch, a provider of mobile security and enterprise mobility management (EMM). CEC will incorporate AirWatch EMM security and management capabilities into the CEC Connect retail loss prevention solution.
CEC Connect uses a tablet and fingerprint scanner for rapid in-store offender processing. CEC’s cloud-based analytics and reporting tools allow retailers to better monitor in-store loss prevention activities and track offenders through the educational intervention program. CEC developed its mobile application on the AirWatch EMM platform to save time creating enterprise-grade security capabilities and other application features.
“Retailers across the country turn to AirWatch to manage mobile devices and push out applications across their entire operation,” said Jeff Mitchell, CEO of CEC. “Our partnership with AirWatch allows us to deploy our technology across a comprehensive EMM platform for flexibility, scalability and security. AirWatch’s retail customers gain more value from current investments by quickly integrating CEC into their existing infrastructure.”
“We continue to see more developers leverage AirWatch to build their content sharing applications such as board books, catalogs, electronic medical records and retail innovations faster and more secure,” said Alan Dabbiere, chairman, AirWatch.
“As we have gone out into the marketplace with our retail loss prevention program, the AirWatch name continues to come up from current and prospective AirWatch customers,” said Darrell Huntsman, COO and founder of CEC. “The partnership provides our shared customers additional comfort and confidence in the technology they have deployed, or are considering, to improve their operations.”