Enterprise Mobility: The Journey and Some Insights.

Enterprise mobility in the last few years has gained excessive momentum and there has been colossal use of mobile devices as well as applications in enterprises. Enterprise mobility is leveraging consumers as well as end users and customer facing mobile apps have become popular channel of interaction among them. It has lead to radical transformation by connecting mobile technology with people, products and processes. Mobility has revolutionized the overall world and it has the potential to play disruptive role that helps in addressing significant challenges. Mobility can act as a key platform for combining our communal stakeholders in order to enable on-going marketing promotion. The usage of mobile applications is growing day by day, but the enterprise mobility adoption is on faction of the consumer mobility.

According to the observation of early adopters, Enterprise mobility if properly leveraged can create new and real opportunities thus becoming a game changer. Smarter capabilities, performance and user friendliness as lower costs are the key aspects that drive mobility. Actionable strategies and efficient internal process is required for employees in order to cater them with rich customer experience. Thus it helps in generating large amount of revenues from new and more trustworthy customers.

Enterprise mobility has created challenging environment for businesses in the early 2010. Progress has been slow in most of the enterprises because of few developers and solutions. But now in the current era, companies are realizing benefits from mobile investment thereby considering competitive advantage that enterprise mobility solutions can cater. WIth the advent of technologies, nowadays enterprise app stores also deliver internal customer applications in a day’s time. Thus it provides high level of satisfaction among the users by bounding large amount of ingenious app developers thereby making an app market richer.

The demands of businesses is based on future oriented mobility, thus agility is required in order to drive mobility. Delay in delivery of any product or service is considered as an adverse customer engagement factor. IT organizations needs to take out some favourable solutions by focusing on a single overriding mobility issue with instant deployment options with apparently shorter life cycles. There have been certain enterprise architecture methodology and certain usage areas of the mobility apps, but the focus needs to be put upon something different `which may get rich user engagement and large amount of user accessibility. The spotlight must be on innovative ways of engaging with business criterias and needs.

IT sectors are aware of the internal pull for mobility and it is being expected that in the coming years, talent attraction and retention will as well get linked to the mobilize working condition. There would be a beginning of a new era if the enterprise class solution providers needs to be achieved against the better players. Carriers and their infrastructure are considered as the wagons in order to drive mobility. So the GPS and other positional tools integrated in varied mobile apps are improvising day by day in order to cater accurate results but they mainly depends upon high internet connectivity. The high priority was given to the carrier coverage while launching mobile application but now apps are designed with different design strategies in order to survive in this crucial terrain thereby settling the concern rapidly.

With mobility being the center stage, the service providers will realize the potential opportunity in order to deliver seamless experience to the end users. There is no denying that apps will have a good run with high WiFi governance capabilities. The apps must be designed by keeping all the experiences in mind and this will thereby lead to improved app usability. Thus an architectural methodology is required in order to provide a framework to consider all major issues and facilitating decision among interdependent tradeoffs.

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