Ivanti Supply Chain delivers powerful scalability with Avalanche 6.3

Ivanti Supply Chain is enhancing supply chain mobility with the launch of Avalanche 6.3, powered by Wavelink. Designed to meet the increasing demands of supply chain enterprises migrating to Android, Ivanti Avalanche 6.3 is a proven Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution that delivers powerful scalability and security enhancements.

“The supply chain is increasingly competitive. This is placing new demands on warehouses and retail organisations to constantly achieve operational improvements,” said Steve Bemis, Global Vice President of Sales, Supply Chain Business Unit, Ivanti. “The investments we are making in the Android-powered supply chain, combined with our three decades of MDM experience delivering results for some of the world’s largest and most demanding supply chain enterprises, make us an ideal business partner for keeping workers connected, effective and operating at peak productivity.” 

New features available in Ivanti Avalanche 6.3 include:

  • Android Enterprise Recommended. Avalanche adds Android Enterprise support, including security and management features that keep work content and applications separated from personal data.
  • Enhanced Device Restrictions. Avalanche 6.3 requires a secure passcode for accessing corporate content that is independent from the device-unlock passcode. Plus, administrators can remotely lock and wipe corporate content without altering any unmanaged device setting, files or folders.
  • Corporate App Store. Organisations can host a Google Play store, where corporate-authorised apps are made available to users and can be volume-purchased. Administrators can also manage licenses across users.
  • Asset Management. Organisations can avoid paying for licenses that are not being used by reclaiming software licenses through the Avalanche asset management capabilities. Administrators can also revoke licenses from devices that no longer require access, freeing up licenses for other users.
  • Expanded Application Access and Control. Organisations can set application parameters for users to avoid security risks. Administrations can now also configure what rights the applications have at the time of installation.

Other features of Avalanche 6.3 include the ability to push software applications to enrolled devices without interrupting workers or requiring user intervention, and easier configuration of the Internet gateway by allowing organisations to set the APN on Android devices and manage the types of services your workers can access from the device. Avalanche 6.3 also includes support for devices on NAT networks, Google Firebase Cloud Messaging, bug fixes, and more.

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