Critical Success Factors For Innovating In Mobility

Simon Barton

Enterprise Mobility Exchange will be heading to Las Vegas on November 8. Lasting three days, the event will focus on how companies can manage mobility in the wider enterprise.

We are pleased to announce that the Exchange’s first speaker has been confirmed. As part of the event’s panel, Pamela Heiligenthal, Mobile Security Architect, Nike, will be discussing how enterprises can remove barriers to mobile innovation.

The process of putting mobility and new technologies at the heart of your digital Infrastructure requires a clear plan of action. This importance is heightened when a company wants to ensure the smooth integration of new and existing systems. Looking at some of the most prominent questions facing enterprise mobility leaders, this panel session will provide a strategic business perspective on how companies can prioritise business transformation.

Heiligenthal is responsible for establishing Nike’s information security strategic roadmap and developing a multi-year IT security strategy to secure mobile devices, applications, and solutions. As a member of one of the world’s most innovative companies, her presence will give the audience an idea of what it’s like to manage mobility at a sporting icon.

She also has experience as an Industry Analyst, Mobility, Forrester. There she conducted research in the enterprise mobility space, covering a vast area of B2B, B2C and mobile experiences with an emphasis on CX, UX, and UI centered design.

Over the coming weeks and months Enterprise Mobility Exchange will be adding speakers to its agenda, so please stay tuned for future developments. Also, if you’re based in Europe and can’t make the trip over to Las Vegas, why not attend our Exchange in Amsterdam on Monday 23 April? You can read about it here.

Both events will bring together mobility leaders, all of whom have decades of experience within the space. As mentioned, the Exchanges will tackle the most important issues facing enterprise mobility and look at how companies can drive growth with mobile.