Enterprise Mobility is a set of tools, processes and technology that enables mobile devices, wireless networks, and related services to be used for mobile cloud computing in a business context. As the name suggests, enterprise mobility refers to leveraging mobile communications to keep the enterprise connected.
Enterprise mobility allows employees to be connected, whether on site or off site with the help of smartphones, tablets, wireless IP networks, managed services, and cloud computing. With the perpetual battle for time in the workplace, being able to provide employees with tools to work while on-the-go is one of the biggest assets a company can possess. As a result, all location barriers are removed and the enterprise is more flexible and responsive.
Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) addresses an entirely new set of challenges.
The market is changing so fast and user requirements are so unique and fluid that there is rarely one best provider.
Successful EMM solutions will require a blend of mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM) tools, often from different vendors.
The next 24 months will see additional partnerships and consolidation in the industry, as well as an increase in the popularity of managed mobile service providers
'The global enterprise mobility market is expected to rake in $140 billion a year by 2020. 67% of CIOs and IT professionals believe mobility will impact their businesses as much as or more than the internet did in the 1990s.'
—Source: Xcube Labs
Collecting field data for revenue forecasting purposes
Running countrywide loyalty programs across retail stores
Financial information gathering and transactions for large institutions
Administering classes and tests across university and school systems
Initiating order processes and monitoring sales across varied locations
Interacting with customers to get inquiries and product/service related feedback
Managing enterprise wide resources and logistics
An application that serves as a production and revenue recasting tool for a large commodities manufacturer. It is used by their field staff to procure and transmit data to a central system for analysis.
A sales tool for a Fortune 500 organization in the Middle East. This enterprise application enables the user to initiate order processes using an iPad. It is integrated with a back end system and features customer order history, customer feedback, and daily or weekly reports.
An application for a global engineering brand that renders dynamic product display. This enterprise application enables the company to display precise 3D images of products, HD videos, and dynamic content. This is displayed on a mobile tablet that can be used for trade shows worldwide.
A sales application for the manufacturing industry. It enables the user to access sales data from the central ERP system while on the go. Data can be edited via the app on the iPad and it is synced back to the central system.
'Coupled with enterprise apps, bring your own device (BYOD) strategies have proven to be an effective tool in fulfilling real enterprise needs and goals. In a survey by Dell Quest Software, 56% of enterprise respondents said that BYOD had effectively changed their business culture and organization. One of the key advantages of BYOD is that instead of investing in the (costly) purchase of new hardware and devices, companies can leverage the very tools employees bring to the workplace. Namely, smartphones and tablets.'
We will quickly enable your transition to digital. We can be your back end partner for:
Building tablet and companion apps for mobile devices
Applications for your sales representatives and staff on the field to communicate with your business's backend
Developing new interactive and immersive content
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