Mobile Mentor announced they have been awarded the 2021 Global Partner of the Year Award for Modern Endpoint Management.
The company was honored among a global field of top Microsoft partners for demonstrating excellence in innovation for their work with the Nashville-based caregiving organization, Alive Hospice. The recognition comes as a result of their work enabling "zero touch provisioning" (a service that leverages Microsoft technology to automatically configure devices) which allowed caregivers to safely and effectively attend to their patients remotely during the COVID-19 lockdown.
"Our team at Mobile Mentor is tremendously proud of what we've achieved with Alive Hospice," said Denis O'Shea, Founder of Mobile Mentor. "It is incredibly rewarding to see how our work profoundly impacted the lives of vulnerable patients who were isolated during the global pandemic."
Alive Hospice operates a very successful "Tele-hospice Program" that allows care providers to conduct daily remote care sessions with palliative care patients who choose to stay in their own homes. Zero-Touch Provisioning enabled Alive Hospice to quickly provision Surface laptops for their chaplains and care workers and also provision hundreds of additional iPads for their patients who were suddenly isolated due to COVID-19. Alive Hospice was able to ramp-up their care program and continued to provide remote care to their most vulnerable patients in an extremely difficult and challenging time.
The Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards recognizes Microsoft partners that have delivered outstanding Microsoft-based solutions during the past year. Awards were classified in 56 categories, with the winners chosen from more than 4,400 submitted nominations from 100 countries. Mobile Mentor won the global award for the Modern Endpoint Management category.