Enterprise mobility management for various industry needs
Are you responsible for managing phones in a secure environment? Or maybe phones and tablets in a store or an office? Or are you an IoT solution provider and smartphones are an integral part of your offering?
Whatever your industry or business, HMD Enable Pro is the Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solution you can rely on to secure, manage, and monitor your fleet of Android devices from deployment to retirement. It takes just a few minutes to come to grips with the management console – no previous IT experience required.
EMM for efficient and easy Android device management
Developed in-house in Finland by HMD Global, the trusted European manufacturer of Nokia phones.
The Nokia smartphone OEM config app, in combination with the Nokia Enterprise API, provides additional management capabilities for Nokia phones.
Efficient, easy to use and flexible EMM for all GMS-certified smart phones and tablets with Android 12 or newer.
Quick and easy EMM deployment methods (Zero-Touch enrolment, OR code)
Based on Android Management API, HMD Enable Pro is future-proof. It supports all Android Enterprise Management Profiles (Kiosk, Fully Managed, Work Profile) and benefits from the latest Android Enterprise capabilities.
Flexible and cost-effective business model with monthly, bi-annual, and annual subscription options.
See the location of your Fully Managed and Kiosk mode company-owned devices to feel safe that they are where they should be.
HMD is a global company with expertise in Android, ensuring that both devices and EMM will be interoperable, and supported locally across the globe.
High-performing Nokia devices and the Enable Pro EMM solution
At HMD Global, we’re building and supporting the most trusted Android smartphones on the market, putting us in a unique position to ensure that company’s device fleet and EMM are interoperable.
Simply put, we provide the Nokia devices, the Enable Pro EMM solution, and the peace of mind that comes with knowing that everything works just as it should.