Strategically Approaching Enterprise Mobility: Are Solution Provider Beliefs and Practitioner Realities on the Same Page?

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Mobility has become an increasingly important aspect of enterprise technology and business strategy over the past several years, and the market for mobile enterprise technology solutions as well as for professional services related to mobility continue to grow at significant rates.

This would indicate significant adoption of transformational mobility services among enterprises, and a healthy market for vendors and solution providers.

However, many feel that something is still holding businesses back from accelerating the deployment of mobile solutions within their organisations. In many cases, this is a gap between what enterprises need, and what solution providers currently offer. As is often the case with fast-moving emerging technologies, the beliefs of solution providers and the realities faced by their enterprise customers aren’t fully aligned.

This exclusive report, written by Enterprise Mobility Exchange Advisory Council member Eugene Signorini, examines five disconnects between solution provider perceptions and enterprise realities, and discusses how both sides can bridge these differences to create attainable mobile strategies.