Telenor Connexion claims a first for its mobile app giving customers instant device management

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May 28, 2012 — Telenor Connexion has launched what is claimed to be the the first ever mobile app for instant management of connected devices. With the new M2M Dashboard mobile app customers can access data usage, alarms and subscription details anytime, anywhere.

The M2M Dashboard (pictured) from Telenor Connexion, an enabler of connected services, is an app for Android smartphones that provides customers with an overview of data usage, alarms, as well as details on subscriptions in the customer’s machine-to-machine M2M solution.

The M2M Dashboard functionality includes:

– Total GPRS and SMS usage

– Average GPRS and SMS usage per subscriber

– Top 5 Subscribers on GPRS as well as SMS usage

– Top 5 countries on GPRS as well as SMS usage

– Overview and details on trigger Alarms

– Subscription details

– The ability to deactivate individual subscriptions

“The new M2M Dashboard mobile phone app is an additional benefit for subcription monitoring that we are happy to offer our customers. Telenor Connexion’s customers are already today using our web-based Service Portal to analyse and improve device and traffic behaviour for cost-efficiency and streamlining of their processes. The mobile app is a complement to the Service Portal allowing access to the data anytime and anywhere,” says Rickard Widerberg, head of Product Marketing at Telenor Connexion.

The M2M Dashboard app is available free of charge on Google Play for customers with an API user account.

Telenor Connexion is a leading enabler of premium connected services for business and life critical applications, in any vertical market. Building on more than 12 years of M2M experience, the operator provides customers with tools that allow for full control of status, location and performance of their connected devices.

Telenor Connexion has provides international connected services to a number of global customers such as Volvo, Nissan, Daimler, TomTom, Omron, Scania, Qualcomm Enterprise Services, Hitachi and Securitas Direct.

A wholly owned subsidiary of Telenor Group, one of the world’s major mobile operators, Telenor Connexion was established in 2008 and originates from the successful M2M business within Telenor Sweden. Its headquarters and technology centre are in Sweden and there are regional offices in the UK, Germany, US, and Japan. Telenor Connexion has a global presence serving customers around the world.

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