42Gears Launches ‘SkyBase’ A Community Engagement Platform
Bengaluru, India, October 3, 2018 - 42Gears Mobility Systems, a leading Unified Endpoint Management solution provider positioned as Visionary in the Gartner Magic Quadrant 2018 announces that it has launched its Community Forum “SkyBase”. The new forum offers users, developers and customers a platform to exchange ideas, discuss 42Gears products and services-related topics and help each other.
“SkyBase” Community Forum is a common platform for 42Gears solution users and others to post queries and start discussion threads on new releases, features and other trending topics related to enterprise mobility. For customers, SkyBase will offer first level point-of-support and help them with self-service functions of 42Gears products. From the first stage of the customer buying cycle to after sales implementation, SkyBase will help users and 42Gears build meaningful relationships through improved communication and feedback sessions.
It will be a valuable support source where users can collaborate with each other to exchange relevant information on 42Gears products and post new topics under filtered categories. Users can post questions or ask for further clarity on product features which they find useful.
Prakash Gupta, CTO and Co-founder, 42Gears said - "We expect the SkyBase Community Forum to grow into a information-rich hub that will be the one-stop platform for all users to get updates on the products updates and latest UEM and EMM developments. It will encourage user interaction and inputs through comments, blogs, articles and more. Users will be able to participate in providing and collecting information submitted by other members of the community.” Prakash further added, “We aim to provide a self-learning platform to explore 42Gears product features. Skybase will also help customers to easily find a solution to common technical problems and submit feedback to the tech support team. We are confident the forum will grow and adapt to suit users needs via mutually agreed discussions and ideas.”