The Growth of Enterprise Mobility Across Asia

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Posted: 10/25/2015

This report explores the current state of enterprise mobility adoption in the Asian market, looking into specific industries, supported by examples from three leading professionals working in the mobile technology space.


Organisations of all sizes and across virtually all industry verticals in Asia have been forced to adapt their business strategies in recent years, due to the transformative and disruptive introduction of mobile technologies into the daily lives of their employees, and into their mission-critical workflows.

As a result, business leaders have been approaching this at varying levels of acceptance and investment, with the opportunities for improvement and cost savings becoming harder to ignore, and the competitive advantages being realised by those that have embraced the trend.

Despite mobility being identified as an essential component of the modern business landscape by many expects in recent years, based on our research, there are still only 35.7% of enterprises claiming to be beyond early implementation of mobility solutions. A surprisingly high 21.4% of respondents are still scoping mobility solutions, a long way behind on the road to becoming mobile-first.

This report explores the current state of enterprise mobility adoption in the Asian market, looking into specific industries, supported by examples from three leading professionals working in the mobile technology space. Additionally, readers will learn what challenges are currently impacting Asian companies’ mobile strategies, how these can be avoided, and explore what market developments may play a significant role in the coming years.

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Posted: 10/25/2015