Having a solid mobile strategy transforms how you connect with customers and employees to stay competitive.
With an estimated 6.5 billion connected devices around the world today, mobile is no longer a nice-to-have. According to a Gartner Research study, CIOs identified mobile technologies as their No. 2 priority, second only to analytics and business intelligence. (January 2012). The benefits to your bottom line are clear. Mobility allows organizations to create more meaningful interactions and conduct business anywhere.
Success in the mobile space is about developing a strategy that fundamentally changes and creates new value in the forms of customer, employee and partner engagement. These capabilities build upon a business strategy designed to streamline processes, address security needs and manage the increase of connections, all while giving employees and customers the tools they need to be more productive, make smarter decisions on the fly, and connect networks of people and IT systems. A solid mobile strategy transforms how you connect with customers and employees to stay competitive.
Deploy secure, Web-based mobile applications that deliver consistent user experiences regardless of device.
Secure data on employee-owned devices and manage mobile lifecycles and configurations
Identify new market opportunities, extend social engagement and increase customer loyalty with mobile