Does your company have a mobile technology path?
Why do you think mobile technology consultants are at a higher demand than ever — even with so much information available on the Internet? Every day, businesses are looking for better and faster ways to identify, capture, and use data in a timely and cost-effective manner.
As a decision maker, it often falls to you to:
- Find the ideal solution that allows you to manufacture, transport, ensure on-time deliveries, and provide appropriate services.
- Keep your workforce connected and efficient.
- Understand the latest enterprise mobility trends:
- How will the Internet of Things change my landscape?
- Do I go with consumer devices or stay with the tried and tested rugged devices?
- Can my productivity increase with wearable technology?
- Make sure that the mobility software and hardware you choose integrates well with your goals and objectives.
Mobile technology trends
Why is this important? Because according to VDC Research, “mobile device penetration among mobile workers will reach 50% globally by 2015’s end. The installed base of smartphones, tablets, and specialized rugged devices among enterprise and government workers is expected to exceed 600 million units by 2015.” Cisco believes that by 2016, mobile traffic will represent 26% of all business Internet traffic (vs. just 4% in 2011).
These predictions mean that you can no longer postpone the decision to make your investment in mobile technology. Your workforce needs to be mobilized today. Do you really have the time to sift through the over-abundance information out there, while ensuring your productivity remains high?
Enterprise mobility consulting can help
We are Intu Mobility, a mobile solutions consulting firm that believes end-to-end solutions should be specifically designed for your company’s operations and workforce. We are in tune with the latest mobility information, insights, products, and analysis. And we use our up-to-date knowledge to enhance your operations.
We believe that solutions (software or hardware) should fit your objectives and needs. We know that the right approach can enhance and expand your operations exponentially, and we have proven that all this can be accomplished in ways that save you money and time.
As our industry expands, we often see our workforce and our customers expecting the same level of mobility and speed in their work life as they are accustomed to in their personal lives. In 2015, Citrix’s Mobile Analytics report found that “traditional distinctions between personal and business mobility are quickly fading from view.”
The mobile technology team behind Intu Mobility has, for the past 15 years, worked with the length and breadth of the industry to help companies bridge this gap and realize their full mobility potential. We find that at times, businesses are reluctant to make the transition to newer and more integrated mobility.
The reasons range from lack of time to research the solutions, to lack of resources — and sometimes even fear. The results, however, are always the same: inefficient operations, disorganization, high employee attrition, customer dissatisfaction, lost or stolen assets, and many more.
Intu Mobility wants to help make your transition to an integrated, modern mobile solution easier for you. We know that the complexities of today’s needs are sometimes daunting. Understanding it requires consolidated research, comprehensive knowledge and partnerships with best-in-class suppliers and services. Our goal is to ensure that our customers have a simplified, integrated end-to-end mobility strategy for today’s workforce.
Our clients include companies such as Miller/Coors, MEI, Coca Cola, who attest to our ability in analyzing current mobile practice, reviewing business process, and assembling customer specific mobility solutions.
We want to start a conversation with you through this blog. Stay tuned as we explain our philosophy and why we believe the right consultant can reap a high return on investment for you.
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