Enterprise Mobility- Building Tomorrow’s Enterprise

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Enterprise Mobility has gained prominence much recently, with the market being inundated cheap smart consumer devices and the availability of higher speed connectivity. In today’s challenging times, enterprises are always on the lookout for ways to reduce their costs and gain market share. Enterprise Mobility has emerged as a way of helping companies in improving operational efficiency and employee productivity, and opening new avenues for revenue growth through product innovations. EM also meets the organisations need to empower their customers through engaging applications and improved services quality, and providing solutions for those at the bottom of the pyramid.


Retail and Financial services industries have witnessed the highest adoption thus far. In addition, enterprise mobility is likely to have a lasting impact on the Government and social sectors, making available information to the lowest level, right down to the intended beneficiaries of various schemes or efforts.


Enterprise Mobility is a major departure from the existing ways of doing business for the IT industry. Players have to significantly redefine both inward and outward looking processes and strategies. A lot of the players that have done well in the space with many small players being able to innovate and react to requirements of enterprises. IT providers and enterprise users alike from India are participating in and benefiting from, the rising diffusion of Enterprise Mobility solutions. Going forward, there would be many opportunities for such solutions to make an impact, even in the social sphere.


The enterprise has evolved from industrial to digital to post digital over two decades


This report put together in partnership with Deloitte studies the trajectory of the industry, details the opportunity across service lines and outlines what service providers should do to make the most of it. Here is the  link to the in depth study