Transform Business with Enterprise Mobility
With the advent of wireless technology and an exponential increase in use of mobile phones and tablets for commercial operations, it has become necessary to grasp the concept of enterprise mobility and optimally use it for one’s business processes. In essence, enterprise mobility refers to the adaptation of mobile devices in everyday workplace functions, especially when it involves in-field and out-of-office activities. Sales representatives, human resource personnel, networking team, marketing managers and end users are some of its important dependents.
However, due to bifurcation of workforce into various teams and silos, managing mobility issues has become more complicated; solutions span too many operational domains. For instance, in organisations with BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policy in practice, data security is a big concern. Employees use the same device for personal as well as professional use which makes it difficult for technical team to track malware and assess risks. Companies, therefore, have to be more cautious about the way their mobility solutions are designed and implemented. No one key fits all.
Thus, through well planned customized enterprise mobility management, organisations can open itself to several benefits – efficient data collection, quicker reporting of events, better promotional data, faster updates, improved visibility to remote operations and projects, increased data driven decisions, higher profits and more. From enhanced employee engagement to amplified productivity, everything a company can aspire for in this technology-backed era is made attainable.
Fusion Informatics helps businesses in gaining profitable outcomes from mobility through a holistic approach focusing on strategy, model and technology.
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