OREM, UT--(Marketwired - Sep 11, 2013) -  Corrective Education Company (CEC) today announced that company CEO Jeff Mitchell will join leaders from BCBG Max Azria Group, Fossil, Macy's and Starbuck Coffee Company for a retail industry panel discussion at AirWatch Connect in Atlanta on September 11, 2013. The panel of industry experts will discuss Key Mobility Trends Transforming Retail, including their organizations' mobility programs, cloud-based solutions, mobile device selection process, and Bring-Your-Own-Devices strategies, among other mobile trends and drivers.

"It's a privilege to be part of this panel and the AirWatch Connect event," said Mitchell. "Mobile has become a disruptive technology for the retail industry, and now is the time for industry leaders to think strategically about how they are using mobile and whether their strategies are moving their businesses forward. The panel presents a great opportunity for retailers to learn firsthand from industry experts how mobile technology can have a positive and broad impact on their business operations."

CEC recently announced a partnership with AirWatch to incorporate AirWatch Enterprise Mobility Management security and management capabilities into CEC's retail loss prevention solution, Connect™

CEC Connect uses a tablet and fingerprint scanner for rapid in-store offender processing. CEC's cloud-based analytics and reporting tools allow retailers to better monitor in-store loss prevention activities and track offenders through CEC's educational intervention program. CEC developed its mobile application on the AirWatch EMM platform to save time creating enterprise-grade security capabilities and other application features.

About CEC
CEC works with individuals, retailers, government officials, law enforcement agencies, security firms, parents and schools to provide a successful, equitable and more efficient alternative to judicial prosecution. Using innovative technology and proven online educational tools, CEC is building accountability that drives changes, unites communities and promotes trust. CEC's retail loss prevention program reduces shrink, enhances retailers' loss prevention efforts without adding any costs or complexities to current programs, and decreases government workload related to petty crimes. The program also includes a self-guided online life-skills course that provides offenders with the tools and training they need to move beyond past mistakes. For more information, visit www.correctiveeducation.com.

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