From Police Stations to Construction Sites: Send Anywhere, Everywhere

Send Anywhere Works Everywhere

Recently we have published two case studies that give an inside look into the multiple uses of Send Anywhere across the globe. Our first case study looked at Charles Mercks, a medical student who was struggling sharing important files with all of his classmates. The other analyzed our friend Suut who is always on the go and needs an easy way to transfer his contacts, audio files, video files, etc. across multiple platforms.

Today we are going to give you a quick glimpse into three upcoming case studies that further show how transformative and multifunctional the power of Send Anywhere can be.

From The Squad Car to the Station

Police Station Everywhere

About a week ago, a police station in America reached out to us regarding deploying Send Anywhere across as many as 1,000+ devices. The purpose? To allow officers to seamlessly transfer data from their squad cars when they are on patrol duty to the police station. Using Send Anywhere will help cut down on extra paper work as well as wasted time. Just how much time? Well, you will have to wait for the upcoming case study to learn more.

Construction Site, Construction Plans, Send Anywhere

Construction Anywhere

The same day the police station reached out to us, a construction manager also contacted us about our future publication in a prestigious building magazine. This magazine will be discussing Send Anywhere as one of the best applications for construction management. The case study will be released simultaneously with the magazine’s publication in January.

From Sweden to the Ivy League, One PhD’s Journey With Send Anywhere

Penn Anywhere

Our last upcoming case study is from a current Swedish PhD candidate in History at the University of Pennsylvania. He discovered Send Anywhere while trying to manage all of his paperwork for PhD applications last year and has continued to use it as he has to transfer hundreds of pages of reading per week. Additionally, it eases the process of having to print notes via the school’s computers/printers