Petri Järvinen, Mukava
Mukava chose the Nokia 3 and Nokia 3.1 smartphones to renew their device fleet. These powerful, low-cost devices meet user needs and improve security.
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At the end of a three-year device lease, Mukava collected customer feedback. CEO Petri Järvinen comments, “although customers were satisfied, there was demand for better hardware that offered more functionality and performance.”
To meet customer needs without exceeding tight budgets, Mukava decided to renew their fleet of smartphones. The new smartphones had to meet strict criteria: regular security updates, durability, a clean, up-to-date Android OS, and NFC functionality.
Järvinen explains, “We chose Nokia 3 and, after its launch, Nokia 3.1 for their excellent performance versus price ratio. Nokia smartphones’ up-to-date security was another important factor for us, because our customers are handling sensitive data.”
The Nokia 3 and the Nokia 3.1 both receive 2 years of Android upgrades and up to 3 years of security updates from global sales start date. Andrej Sonkin, HMD Global General Manager of Enterprise Business adds “We take the security patch delivery promise very seriously. We make it transparent when we make new updates available for our Nokia smartphones and include detailed information on what has been patched.”
Android One was another big reason why Mukava chose Nokia 3 and Nokia 3.1. This device comes with a pure Android version which ensures that the smartphone have no unnecessary apps and no bloatware.
Järvinen concludes, “We believe the new devices will continue to get better and better, with less need for maintenance and support. This will provide better margins for device leasing services, which will also benefit our customers.”