The recent analysis of the North American Enterprises that have adopted the Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) solutions, Frost and amp; Sullivan recognized Sprint with the 2019 North American Product Leadership Award for its all-new MultiLine Solution; wherein the platform eases the use, and high-value integration meets the need for both the worker and organizations. The solution is carrier-agnostic with enterprise-grade communication, simplified management, improved security, privacy, and accurate user reimbursement that gives a stronger edge in the complete market. Sprint is the only major U.S. carrier that offers better BYOD communication and management solution that is specially designed for the businesses. Sprint MultiLine deploys the over-the-top (OTT) service over the already provided Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and Time-division multiplexing (TDM) for enterprise-grade voice and text capability.

The solution also features a cloud-based management portal that allows the administrators to easily manage all the different kinds of business phone numbers, including reclaiming and reassigning the numbers to all new employees that are required. The portal delivers the granularity visible for the business line metrics to aid the review of detail records and to give the usage statistics giving it in the real-time.

Sprint MultiLine easily integrates with the other applications and systems that could be integrated with internally designed legacy solutions or other types of purchased third party products. The improved BYOD solutions work smoothly as the employees regularly have to interact with these systems and the need for them to work smoothly across the complete operation. Sprint offers APIs for improved business integration with added general benefits that could be done with BYOD with reduced hardware, asset management, and other decapitation costs. Sprint MultiLine’s web-based reporting and Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) integration that enables the companies to become accurate enough to track and reimburse the business usage on the employee’s personal smartphone.