Mobile Tornado has announced a reseller agreement with Foresolutions, a leading UK provider of integrated technologies for connected workforces in the aviation, construction and infrastructure sectors.
The partnership creates new growth opportunities for Mobile Tornado’s push-to-talk over cellular (PTToC) and workforce management solutions in the UK. A trial is already underway with a large plant hire contractor using the application to increase safety, reduce costs, boost productivity and improve efficiency.
Foresolutions specialises in business communications, asset tracking, IoT sensors, compliance auditing and evidence capture technologies. It services key sectors including Aviation, Construction, Retail, Utilities Housing.
Nathan Williams, managing director of Foresolutions, said: “We like Mobile Tornado’s technology because it is easy to use, has exceptionally low latency and is feature rich. It has superb options for lone workers and emergency situations. It fits perfectly with our ethos of offering our customers a ‘single plane of glass’ that has multiple applications.
“We are seeing more and more organisations adopt push-to-talk over cellular for critical communications as mobile networks become stronger and stronger. More than eight out of 10 premises in the UK are now able to access 5G. We are also seeing increasing take-up in aviation – the main ground-handling crew at one of Europe’s busiest airports has been using PTToC for the last year.”
Foresolutions was founded in 1979 and is a family-owned business. It is based on the south coast of England and has a network of clients across the UK.
Andrew McNamara, channel sales manager at Mobile Tornado, said: “We are excited to be joining forces with Foresolutions, a long-established provider with a blue chip customer base. We are looking forward to working together to help more UK organisations increase safety, reduce costs, boost productivity and improve efficiency among their workforces.
“We totally support Foresolutions’ ‘single pane of glass’ ethos. Today’s users have expectations about what a single device should be able to do and don’t want to be saddled with lots of different devices for different applications in challenging operating environments.”