Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Samsung intends to conquer the corporate segment with companies FedEX, Pepsi and Coca-Cola

Samsung has decided to seek to enter new markets . Resource The Korea Times reported that the Korean giant has set its sights on the so-called segment of business-to-business (B2B). In this field , we recall, the most active player for a long time was BlackBerry. However, the Canadian company is rapidly losing share even in this segment. Samsung , in turn, believes that it is able to provide corporate customers with devices that meet their specific needs . This interesting market for the company even additional sales of smartphones and tablets . Corporate segment lives on several other laws , where the company has the opportunity to earn from services rather than hardware solutions themselves . This is well illustrated by the BlackBerry, which currently occupies a minimum share of the smartphone market consumer segment , but is in fact the only player in the corporate market , where devices have a much higher cycle life.

http://i.imgur.com/RlQV3UM.jpgSamsung FedEX, Pepsi and Coca-Cola

According to the source first "goals » Samsung steel FedEX, Pepsi and Coca-Cola. Samsung representative said that the advanced delivery system of these large companies can be successfully managed by specialized units of the Korean giant. To ensure the necessary security corporate phones Samsung will support technology Knox.

While there is no information regarding the technological side of the problem source was published . That will represent a Samsung mobile devices for the corporate segment also is unclear.

Source : The Korea Times