In 2012, most of the organizations keep their activity high in enterprise mobility by adopting mobility solutions. From the customers’ side, there was a clamor for mobility as mobile became an indispensable tool for them. Early industries, like banking, retail, healthcare benefitted by quality results in consumer loyalty.
Enabling technologies like Augmented Reality, NFC, and cloud computing etc., also opened up the new doors for businesses to leverage mobile technology. In short, the things we can illustrate in 2013 is the mobility was troublesome in enterprises re-setting the traditional people-product-process engagement.Why Mobility?
The complete focus shifted to how to assemble and develop new enterprises: What more to mobility? There are many more possibilities for mobility beyond its current Enterprises usage. In 2013, it’s worth keeping the ear to the ground and listen to the signals.Inside & outside Mobility:
Till now, enterprises have primarily pointed on customer-centric apps that permits consumers getting approach to products and services. In 2013, it will be a giant leap as more and more organizations find higher benefits in mobile solutions catering to the inner requirements of the organization.
The huge proportion of companies are augmenting their financial budgets for mobile applications and has almost doubled in the past one year, from 28% to 51% of all companies spending more with many looking at different use cases, both internal and customer facing. Enterprises will definitely look beyond picking the low lying results of mobility resulting into better parity between consumers and employees. Mobility will also scatter itself beyond other industrial sectors like travel, banking, healthcare, and retail, etc. to other industry sectors like automotive and manufacturing on a bigger scale.