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StealthGenie Goes Corporate - Cell Phone Monitoring App Maker Announces Large Increase in Enterprise Users

HONG KONG, April 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Top-of-the-line smartphone and tablet tracking app manufacturers, StealthGenie, have announced a significant increase in the number of its corporate customers, making StealthGenie no.1 choice for over 200,000 corporate and individual users. 

StealthGenie, the software giant in monitoring mobile and tablet has claimed to have a rapidly growing corporate client base because of its exclusivity of managing employees in a few clicks. The monitoring solution with 100% undetectable features has grasped the attentions of millions, resulting in uplift in enterprise users.

"They rely on StealthGenie  because they can track all their staff through one dashboard."

StealthGenie claims that some industry-leading firms rely on StealthGenie for convenient employee management features. One of the company's hallmarks is its innovative features. Employers can conveniently track employees' work hours, location and all phone/tablet usage stats remotely.

This smartphone and tablet monitoring app lets the users monitor e-mails, calendar entries, Web browsing history and BlackBerry PIN messages. Employers can even have a look at the current location and location history, simply by logging into their online Control Panel. Employers can even monitor all the multimedia content shared via target phone or tablet.

To make sure the employers stay on top of their employees' activities, StealthGenie sends instant alerts and notifications to its users on pre-defined contacts, SMS, e-mails and suspicious words. "Our corporate customers have left using other employee management and freight tracking software for good. They rely on StealthGenie because they can track all their staff through one dashboard." said Eugene Schmidt, the manager of services at StealthGenie when we asked about the application's employee monitoring services.

Another feature that gave StealthGenie an edge over other tracking apps is Geo-fencing. When we asked about the feedback on this feature from Amanda Wade, the head of marketing at the company, she replied, "The feedback has been overwhelming. This feature makes more sense for enterprise users because employers can know exactly where their field staff is at the moment and if any of the employees is meeting their rivals secretly." Regarding the increase in the number of corporate customers, she said, "Our corporate customer base has more than doubled now as we're constantly trying to improve employee monitoring services."

With exclusive and power features, StealthGenie also focuses on compatibility-related aspects of the software. StealthGenie has been one of the first software to launch support with iOS7 and Android KitKat

StealthGenie has been one of the fastest growing mobile and tablet monitoring software, offering an affordable and reliable monitoring solution for individuals and corporate users. Let's see what this trend-setting mobile tracking app rolls out for its users next.

StealthGenie is a cell phone/tablet monitoring and tracking application that remotely monitors any cell phone or tablet running any version of Apple's iOS, Android or Blackberry OS. For more details please visit their website, http://www.stealthgenie.com

SOURCE StealthGenie

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