How enterprise mobility can positively impact organisational effectiveness and work as a tool for enhancing productivity and efficiency of an organisation as a whole.
Mobility solutions for enterprises are changing at a rapid pace and so is the behavior of enterprise workforce which uses mobile technologies. When planning for a long-term road-map, one has to consider a myriad of evolution trends and forecasts to determine the probable list of functionality and their technologically balanced adoption of business processes. One has to look at the technology trends by market, the competitive landscape and the mobile worker adoption trends.
Organisations are embracing enterprise mobility. Businesses that successfully grasp the impact of this trend can use it as a competitive advantage. Enterprise mobility have a transformational effect on the way employees work, and it drives innovation and change in terms of process efficiencies and productivity in ways never seen before.
Enterprise mobility matters. Organisations must prioritise mobility as the dynamic methods of functioning and operating to provide automated experiences across multiple platforms which in coming years will be at the forefront for enterprises.
‘Enterprise Mobility’ entrusts the new ways of doing business on mobile platforms, further promising enhanced productivity, transparency in operations and faster revenue realisation as well. It also allows a whole lot of people in the organisation to connect on one single platform. For instance, the ability to access, edit and share corporate documents is gaining more traction among end-users; thereby requiring enterprises to seek and deploy secured content solutions.
So, as enterprise mobility continues its move into the mainstream, it is one of the best ways forward to further improvise business benefits. Most organisations recognise the benefits of enterprise mobility and some even understand their requirements for business mobility and process enablement. They realise that, in order to empower employees to be mobile, this new ecosystem of devices and applications must be secure, of high quality, available, cost-effective, and relevant to their employees.
Mobility solutions will continue to grow and expand beyond initial developments, forming an integral part of IT services and management infrastructure. This will require implementing multi-faceted mobility policies for various user groups, datasets, applications and access levels.
Businesses must look for opportunities to develop and deploy customised mobile applications for their customers and partners to improve the efficiency of all their communication networks.
For businesses that have the basic mobility components in place, the focus over the next few years should be on integrating mobility concepts into the existing fraternity in this environment. A conceptual mobile application policy will have to be developed together with appropriate patterns and blueprints. In years to come, a good way to commence any business organisations would be to embrace, adapt and adopt enterprise mobility.
Authored by: Mr. Siddharth Agarwal, Founder & CEO, Mobicule Technologies