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Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
Mobilize Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls
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  • 1. Mobilise Your Enterprise: Think Outside the Four Walls With the Right Platform, It’s Just There . Johann Poppenbeck Data Systems International Tuesday 17th August 2010 The most comprehensive Oracle applications & technology content under one roof
  • 2. Agenda • Define enterprise mobility • Scope of the Mobile Workforce • Value of Mobility • Challenges to Mobilizing Workers & Data • Solutions for Successfully Managing Mobility © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 3. What is Enterprise Mobility? Mobile functionality enables your workforce to participate in core business processes anywhere, anytime. © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 4. Mobile Application Growth • North American mobile enterprise applications purchases to quadruple between 2008 – 2013 • Cisco predicts wireless data traffic from mobile enterprise applications will grow 126% annually through 2014 • Data traffic will double every year © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 5. Mobile Device Growth • Worldwide smartphone market grew 56.7% year over year Q1- 2010 Forecast PC Sales 2010 Stationary • Worldwide mobile PC sales 41% exceeded desktop PC sales in 2009; will be 68% of all PCs sold Mobile by 2014 59% • iPad and other tablets will change industry; even more overlap with mobile phone industry © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 6. Mobile Worker Growth • Western Europe mobile 1.2 Billion mobile workers workers will reach 129.5 million (50% of workforce) by globally by 2013 2013 • CEMA & Latin America mobile workers will grow to 153.2 million by 2013 • There will be 1.2 billion mobile workers in 2013— 35% of the global workforce © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 7. Why Mobilise Information? Need to drive workforce productivity 60% Customer demand for faster service… 41% Need to control and reduce service-… 32% Need for better visibility into service… 24% Need to drive revenue opportunities 21% © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 8. The Return Enhanced Customer Loyalty Increased Productivity Revenue Growth 0 20 40 60 80 100 ©2006 AberdeenGroup The Mobile Sales Solution Benchmark Report © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 9. Mobility Returns Can Be … Quantitative Soft • Reduce Operational Costs • Customer Satisfaction • Shorten Cycle Time For • Better Business Decisions in Business Transactions The Field • Data Accuracy • Employee Satisfaction • Improve Cash Flow © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 10. Mobility Challenges • Supporting Different Work • Supporting Different Data • Supporting Different Devices • Supporting Different Network Conditions © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 11. Mobility Challenges Scenario #1 MAINTAIN Multiple Device Types BUILD Multiple Interfaces LEARN Multiple Application Languages © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 12. How many ? processes does it take to run your company? © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 13. Solution: Mobile Application Platform • Broad data access capabilities including standard enterprise system and database integration • Multichannel device integration across multiple operating systems including offline capabilities – Support different kinds of devices – Remain functional if real-time connectivity is unavailable © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 14. Solution: Mobile Application Platform • Integrated development environment supporting development of different types of applications for different purposes • Global customer support © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 15. Different Work. Different Devices. Forms-Based Applications Tabs Scroll Bars Tabs Scroll Bars Buttons © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 16. Different Work. Different Devices. Prompt-Response Applications • Process-automation • Very directive • Minimized UI • Request information – wait for response • Validate entered information • Process transaction Characteristics: • Typically designed to facilitate throughput of many repetitive transactions • Single process focused © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 17. Different Work. Different Devices. © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 18. Different Work. txtAddItem_ Subroutine Item Lookup Return Item True © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved V20100520
  • 19. Different Data. © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved V20100520
  • 20. Today’s Enterprise Reality © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved V20100520
  • 21. Back to the Question… How many ? processes does it take to run your company? © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 22. Meeting the Challenge Option 1: Ad Hoc • Respond to requests as they come in • Develop mobile versions of needed enterprise applications • Limit the devices the enterprise can use and create drivers for them • With this approach, you can’t catch up or keep up with needs © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved V20100520
  • 23. Ad Hoc = Add Cost Enterprises that attempt to support a range of mobile development platforms face these issues (Gartner): • Higher development costs (because skills must be maintained for multiple platforms), tools, and in some cases, programming or database languages • Conflicts with managing network connections on mobile devices • An inability to administer security and devices from a central point of control • Higher support and service costs © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved V20100520
  • 24. Meeting the Challenge Option 2: Mobile Application Platform • Built-in support for mobile access • Break dependencies on what ERP system provides and the devices it supports • Proactive, enables administrators to create features that add value rather than continually catching up • Provides a platform approach that makes core systems mobile & wireless ready © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved V20100520
  • 25. Mobile Application Platform With the right platform, it’s all there. © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 26. About DSI DSI's mission is to enable business to happen anywhere by providing access to any data on any device. © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved
  • 27. D ATA S Y S T E M S I N T E R N AT I O N A L ® Global Offices © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved V20100520
  • 28. dcLINK Mobile Application Platform Mobile Application Platform Our Platform. Yo u r D a t a . Mobile. © Data Systems International. Inc. 2010. All rights reserved v20100429
  • 29. Questions and Answers Johann Poppenbeck Data Systems International +61 3 9835 0654 Johann.poppenbeck@dsionline.com www.dsionline.com Tell us what you think… http://feedback.insync10.com.au

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