SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwired - May 14, 2014) -

Bryan Atchison, Channel Development Manager, NetMotion Wireless, will address the challenges of utilizing tablets for mission critical energy, electrical and telecommunications field service during a session at the Energy Telecommunications and Electrical Association Conference (ENTELEC) 2014 being held in Houston, TX May 20-22.

Atchison has extensive experience helping energy and utility companies extend office-like session persistence and efficiency to field service workers. In fact, 120 investor-owned, municipal and cooperative utility customers across the U.S. and Canada rely on his company's software to keep service flowing to nearly 100 million electric, gas, waste and water service patrons. 

As petroleum, natural gas, pipeline and electric utility companies expand the use of tablets to improve customer service and increase worker productivity, numerous challenges can arise. Attend "Are Tablets Changing the Game for Field Service?" and learn what devices are currently in use, how quickly tablets are being adopted and key management implications. Learning proven methods for addressing common pain points, such as security and connectivity, utilities will learn how to capitalize on the best that tablets have to offer.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at 2:00 PM Central, Room 332B

George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, TX

About NetMotion Wireless
NetMotion Wireless develops Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) software for organizations with mission-critical mobile workforces. The company's products address the unique challenges created by these workforces by providing the security, visibility, and control that IT departments demand, while minimizing the connectivity challenges faced in the field, so mobile workers can be more productive. Thousands of enterprises around the world are using NetMotion products to keep millions of mobile workers connected to applications. The company is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Visit

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