Businesses have been thriving long before the advent of the smartphone, but the newest and latest technologies lead many offices (even smaller family businesses) to inquire about the need for enterprise mobility management. This begs the question – should businesses continue to take part in this technological trend, or will its importance die down? Here are a few ideas to keep in mind.
Enterprise Mobility Management
Enterprise mobility management is the combination of people, ideas and technology being brought together to develop a mobilized addition (or assistance) to a business. Whether it’s for internal tracking purposes, or serves a customer-facing application, this type of management works to create ideas and technological goals for how a business manages its daily workload. Once developed, mobility management takes over the reins for technical support, so that the app continues to grow and improve.
A recent study found that as many as two-thirds of smartphone users are actively using it for enterprise purposes, in addition to leisure activities. This makes the smartphone an absolutely important tool for clients, as well as employees who may be on the go. And the numbers reflect a growing trend, indicating that the need for mobile services shows no sign of slowing.
Who Benefits From Mobile Services?
Generally speaking, as time consuming of a project as mobile development may be, the consensus is that both B2B and B2C models greatly benefit from mobile services when properly applied with mobile management. The applications can serve for multiple purposes, such as ease of transaction, tracking/monitoring accounts, and so on. Applications can also be built to fit internal purposes, such as finding ways to port portions of a CMS into a mobile version for ease of employee access when not in the office.
Different sectors of business could benefit more from the inclusion of app-based services, which is where mobile management solutions come in to offer advice based on existing goals.
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