Enterprises stress at gaining competitive advantage. User delight, efficient/productive workforce, and resource optimization lead them to versatile challenges for mobility. In the process of achieving it, the companies might face challenges in terms of data security, enterprise data gateway, device/platform diversity, manageability (application distribution and data management), and user experience. In order to break through challenges and fulfill the need of desired focus areas, enterprise solutions have also emerged with time. The mobile, as a mandatory gadget for users, has given a new direction to enterprise solutions. Mobile-centric solutions and services have emerged as an essential for enterprises due to target user dependency on mobiles. Considering the difficulties and challenges of mobile strategies, enterprises are looking for a unique and cost-effective catalyst solution that reduces the time to arrive at the market and offers high maintainability.
Mobile applications have changed the focus from what’s on the web to the applications on mobile devices. Mobile apps are no longer an option; they are now an imperative, even a measurable ROI (return on investment) for enterprises. Many factors play a crucial role in enterprise mobile strategy-namely, device management, online/offline behavior, timely upgrade, data security, extensibility, scalability and multiplatform supported application.
The objective of an enterprise mobility can be defined
Enterprises would require mobile-centric services, consulting, and respective solutions from SMEs (subject matter experts). Broadly enterprise mobility can be classified into three stages:
The three strategies work in a circular way in an enterprise. Strategies are built over time. They get mature with end-user feedbacks, results and business-oriented reports. Solutions are updates over the period with versatile innovations, emerging technologies, and market trends. Management features and support are the outcome of emerging and evolving essentials from strategies and solutions.
More about enterprise mobility eco-system and landscape will be discussed in our next blog.
While different organizations may measure on-time delivery differently, it can be defined as the number of shipments delivered on time to the customer with respect to the total number of orders shipped. And if this number happens to be low, it can signify potential issues in your supply chain that must be addressed to improve the overall efficiency of your processes, as well as the user experience.
Dashboards are critical for any business because if you cannot measure it, you cannot win it. FarEye’s dashboard is industry’s most efficient ‘smart’ analytics tool built on top of a BPM framework that helps you monitor your business health and customer happiness at the same time.
To learn how to provide real-time visibility to all stakeholders and achieve more on-time deliveries, click here and sign-up for an inside view into how we help 100s of companies transform their fulfilment process and shape delightful customer experiences.