Allowing employees to use their preferred devices has a number of benefits. But it’s crucial that your Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy doesn't introduce security or financial risks.
Completely different from anything else on the market, the Cass BYOD service delivers process efficiency, visibility, risk management, and cost control.
Reimbursement can be a huge headache for enterprises running Bring Your Own Device programs. Our service turns a business pain point into a simple process that allows IT managers to take a hands-off approach, safe in the knowledge that reimbursement is taken care of.
Our patented Direct2Carrier Payments™ solution streamlines the process of reimbursing your employees for BYOD.
The Cass service maintains data on employee-owned mobile accounts and each employee’s associated approved amount for employer reimbursement.
Instead of indirect reimbursement through employee payroll or an expense report process, the credit is transferred straight to the employee’s carrier account. This means the employee’s account with their mobile carrier is simply credited with their reimbursement each time they're invoiced. If you reimburse $50 per month, the employee pays the net invoice amount, after that $50 has been deducted.
Any Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution is only as good as its level of adoption. But most businesses struggle to achieve, or even approach, full adoption, especially among Bring Your Own Device users. Cass’s MDM service is different – with an in-built compliance incentive.
Companies that integrate their MDM/EMM system with the Cass BYOD solution find it easier to achieve adoption from their BYOD employees. Reimbursement is contingent on MDM enrollment – a great
With Cass, the essence of the end-user experience is effortless simplicity. Employees have the freedom to use their preferred devices and are granted access to corporate applications and resources, while employer privacy is protected. Meanwhile, our end-user mobility help desk can help them overcome any challenges with their service.
And because employees do not receive funds from the employer, end-users aren’t required to complete an expense report.