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Frost & Sullivan: 71 Percent of Businesses Add More Mobile Apps to Employee Devices in 2014

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Frost & Sullivan: 71 Percent ofFrost & Sullivan: 71 Percent of Businesses Add More Mobile Apps to Employee Devices in 2014 PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, April 3, 2014 -- The top business impacts include increased worker productivity, faster overall sales process, and reduced paperwork Prepackaged applications, or apps, reached a technological plateau during the past year, but with more exciting advancements expected in 2014, North American companies are once again deploying a wide array of mobile worker software. Frost & Sullivan's latest research finds that overall, the largest proportion of decision makers (48 percent) report their companies already deploy one to 10 apps for employees on mobile devices. Frost & Sullivan's new analysis, the 2013 North American Mobile Enterprise Applications research, finds the app viewed as most necessary by businesses is wireless email, followed by mobile sales force automation. The analysis measures the current use of and future decision- making behaviors toward mobile enterprise apps, specifically mobile asset tracking, mobile sales force automation, mobile workforce management, and wireless email solutions. The findings are based on a survey of 308 North American enterprise decision makers who were responsible for purchasing mobile software apps. For complimentary access to more information on this research, please visit: http://bit.
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Frost & Sullivan: 71 Percent of Businesses Add More Mobile Apps to Employee Devices in 2014

PR Newswire

-- The top business impacts include increased worker productivity, faster overall sales process, and reduced paperwork

Prepackaged applications, or apps, reached a technological plateau during the past year, but with more exciting advancements expected in 2014, North American companies are once again deploying a wide array of mobile worker software. Frost & Sullivan's latest research finds that overall, the largest proportion of decision makers (48 percent) report their companies already deploy one to 10 apps for employees on mobile devices.