Exelon is the leading competitive energy provider in the United States. Using Citrix solutions, Exelon transformed its IT services, delivering a secure and highly functional mobile experience to any device, at any time, from anywhere.
Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company (LG&E and KU) are electric and natural gas utilities serving customers in 93 Kentucky counties and five counties in Virginia. LG&E and KU has used Citrix XenMobile as an MDM solution for the past 5 years. The company chose to upgrade to XenMobile Enterprise because of its integrated capabilities with Citrix ShareFile for enterprise file sync and sharing.
Users can now leave the command center and effortlessly pull their session over to their mobile devices for secure real-time access in the field.
Flex Ltd. is an American multinational technological manufacturer based in Silicon Valley. At Flex, IT must enable approximately 200,000 employees spread across more than 100 sites in 30 countries to collaborate seamlessly and securely. Flex evaluated a range of remote-access solutions before settling on XenMobile technology for its secure endpoint connectivity. The solution’s tight integration with Citrix XenApp and Citrix XenDesktopwhich the company uses to deliver virtualized applications and desktops, also factored into the decision.
Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP produces plastics and compounds used to manufacture more than 70,000 products ranging from food packaging to clean fuels, biodegradable solvents, medical devices, and more. To meet this massive demand, the company employs more than 5,000 workers worldwide and jointly operates 33 manufacturing and research centers with business partners. Chevron Phillips Chemical Company is using Citrix Workspace to empower employees to work from anywhere, on any device. Because XenMobile technology separates corporate apps and data from personal apps and data on users’ devices, employees can now work securely whenever and wherever they want.