Market Focus is Shifting from
Controlling Mobility to Business
451 Research, a global technology analyst firm with focus on technology innovation and market disruption, in its recent Market & Monitor forecast predicts that the Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) Market will have more than doubled in size by the end of 2018. With increasing adoption of EMM technologies in the marketplace, the overall market is expected to grow from $3.8bn in revenue in 2014 to $9.6bn in 2018, resulting in a CAGR of 22% from 2013 to 2018.
451 Research observes that the focus of EMM is shifting from mainly on tools to control mobility, over to elements that aim at enhancing work productivity for the increasing amount of employees that are using mobile devices. The analysts see that the importance of mobile apps in the enterprise is on the rise, and that these apps will be key for any enterprise to implement a mobile strategy.
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engomo’s Jens Stier about pitfalls and solutions for better enterprise mobility
One of the main ERP trends stated by organizations is the mobile access to data and transactions from their ERP system – but it is exactly this topic that troubles them the most in realizing usable and satisfactory solutions in practice. This is one of the outcomes of the recent study published by Trovarit AG, “ERP in Practice – User Satisfaction, Usage and Perspectives 2014/2015.” In Europe’s largest assessment of its kind, Trovarit surveyed almost 2,400 organizations of different sizes and across industries regarding their level of satisfaction with their ERP system. Continue reading Unpleasant Surprises? Mobile ERP in Practice
Enterprise Mobility is on the rise in the world of IT. It makes employees’ work days easier and enhances overall organizational productivity. When looking at enterprise apps that bring ERP data to the mobile device, it becomes clear that organizations have a broad array of solutions to choose from:
- the add-on apps offered by their system providers, more often than not browser-based rather than native.
- Customized specialty apps, specifically programmed for the organization by IT service providers.
- And then there are enterprise mobility platforms – solutions that are highly flexible with regard to the back-end systems connected to, and configurable, that means: enterprise apps can be created in an app configurator, without the need for individual programming.
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