7 Enterprise Mobility Trends to lift Business Processes

Mobile devices have become the most beloved companion of the mankind and they accompany us everywhere we go. A jazzy smartphone can bring in a lot of possibilities and can help us in every walk of life, including the business decision making. With smart functionalities, mobile devices have started playing the key role of a business enabler. Here are the seven key mobility trends that are greatly influencing today’s business process.


1. Improved Business Transactions

Because of the emergence of smartphones, mobile users can carry out a wide variety of tasks using their adorable handheld devices. From sharing information and data to doing online transactions, all can be done using mobile devices. M-commerce is a new phenomenon and with the introduction of mobile payment gateways, doing transactions via mobile phones is a reality now. All types of transactions, B2B and B2C can now be conducted using mobile devices.

2. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

BYOD is the new enterprise mobility trend where organizations allow applications to be installed on the personal devices of employees. This helps employees to work from anywhere and at any time. BYOD thus improves productivity and helps in faster decision making.

3. Mobile Application Management (MAM)

Today, smartphones are not only for making calls and sending text messages, but these small devices can be used for accessing files, sharing documents and carry out several types of computing tasks. Thus, the MAM is the new trend where a variety of applications can to be managed by different users. Corporate applications and an efficient MAM can enhance the organizational productivity in a significant manner.

4. Mobile Security


Security is a major concern that is restricting many organizations from going mobile. However, several measures have been taken in the recent times to boost up the mobile security. There are tools and methods to protect the private data and to make sure that enterprise applications are installed and run in safe environments on mobile devices. If users remain stuck to safe practices, vulnerabilities could be kept away to some great extent.

5. Prepackaged Mobile Apps

The demand of pre-packaged mobile apps is picking up and enterprises are fast adopting these apps to add mobility to their business process. A number of apps in the fields of Sales, HR, and Supply Chain etc are available to be installed on mobile devices. These applications feature a simple and intuitive User Interface (UI) and which significantly enhance the User Experience (UX).

6. User Experience

Enterprises should focus on mobile applications that can enhance the user experience. Whether it’s an employee or a customer, the mobile solution should function smoothly so that users enjoy using it. Thus, it’s important to test the mobile application properly before integrating it and allowing users to access it. A smooth user experience will encourage users to use mobile devices to carry out the necessary tasks. This will improve productivity of your workforce and will also expand your business prospects.

7. Enterprise Mobility as a Service (EMaaS)


EMaaS is the latest trend hitting the mobile enterprise arena. Organizations can use EMaaS to help build mobile applications and manage them to improve the operational efficiency. More importantly, EMaaS allows enterprises to focus more on the core business, by implementing a scalable and fast mobile solution.

So, mobile solutions help organizations respond fast and overcome business challenges. It gives a desired level of freedom and flexibility to carry out tasks from anywhere, from home, office or even while traveling. The mobile enterprise segment is still evolving, however. And one can witness more powerful prepackaged applications and also enhanced security measures in the near future.


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