Motion and Sig-Tec Ink a Deal

Motion Computing and Sig-Tec are aiming to improve identity management to mobile healthcare workers. Their press highlights the aim of their new partnership:

““Motion is pleased to be working with Sig-Tec, an industry leader in identity and access management software. Sig-Tec’s software solutions can enhance the mobility offered by Motion tablet PCs by enabling users to more quickly access information while computing on-the-move,” said Mike Stinson, vice president of marketing, Motion. ““Sig-Tec’s flexible, scalable solution is an ideal fit for healthcare customers that are looking for ways to make processes faster and easier for their organization and want to leverage the full mobility of tablet PCs with enhanced authentication capabilities.”

Press release below and after the break:


Motion Computing ®, a leader in mobile computing and wireless communications, and Sig-Tec ®, a leader in identity and access management software solutions, announced today that they have created a partnership to deliver industry-leading solutions for mobility, information security and clinical workflow. The partnership comes after several joint client initiatives at major healthcare and academic organizations where the companies implemented solutions that improve workflows, free up resources and improve patient experiences.

Motion ® and Sig-Tec jointly support their solution through Motion’s Mobility Solutions group, a dedicated team that specializes in creating the best working environment by maximizing mobility, technology and software as they team with their clients to understand desired clinical workflow behavior and wireless network infrastructure needs and requirements. With the addition of Sig-Tec’s identity and access management software, organizations have the ability to quickly address application management (single sign-on), identity management (strong authentication) and session management (fast user switching, hot desktop, single patient selection/context management) for ultimate workflows.