Case Study: BES12 Boosts Productivity and Security for Colombia’s Top Health Services Insurance Provider

Case Study

caprecomCaprecom, the leading health insurance services and pension provider in Colombia, takes its commitment to delivering services to every corner of the country seriously. So when the company decided to improve the performance of its mobile workforce, it chose BlackBerry’s EMM platform, BES12.

Caprecom, a state-owned industrial and commercial company, delivers government-regulated health insurance plans and services to thousands of affiliates throughout Colombia, even in the remotest areas of the country. It chose BES12 to not only centralize device management but give Caprecom field agents the ability to easily and securely access corporate information and applications..

“The design of our IT solutions and security policies regarding sensitive information restricts the hosting of personal data in the cloud. Therefore, our challenge was to ensure the safe transfer of information from mobile devices to our internal servers,” said Luisa Fernanda Tovar Pulecio, general director for Caprecom.

The IT staff at Caprecom carefully evaluated the available solutions in the Colombian market, comparing availability, security, adaptability and ease of administration. “BlackBerry has always been at the forefront of security and productivity. By choosing BES12 as our enterprise mobility management platform, we are providing the best possible end-to-end solution for the increasing demands in our sector,” said Tovar Pulecio. “At the same time, BES12 allows us to securely access our corporate systems, data and applications from anywhere we happen to be.”

Read more about Caprecom’s success in our case study. And check out our other customer case studies  , and also the news about our latest version, BES12.2, announced last week, featuring support for Samsung KNOX workspace, Google Android for Work, and better support for Apple iOS devices.


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