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    • Jonathan RaspaudMobility Architect469.222.6377jraspaud@akili.com The Journey to Mobility : “The Journey to Mobility”: How to transform your IT organization from the  gatekeeper to the key business enabler.
    • Agenda Slide Section 3 Akili Overview 4 Mobility: The New Digital Frontier 5 Questions Executives Need to Consider 6 Mobilizing the Enterprise is Complex 7 Mobility Maturity Model 8 Mobility Framework Mobility Framework 15 Akili Mobility Offerings 17 Akili Focus Areas
    • Akili OverviewAkili Overview • “Akili” (uh • kē’ • lē) means knowledge in Swahili • Founded in 1992, Headquartered in Irving, TX Founded in 1992 Headquartered in Irving TX • Business Analytics & Enterprise Mobility Consulting Firm • Focused on providing information management solutions that support the  adaptive enterprise  adaptive enterprise • Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) − Planning, Budgeting, and Forecasting  − Financial Consolidations − Profit and Cost Management • Business Intelligence (BI) − Data Warehousing − Information Architecture design and implementation − Enterprise Information Management • Enterprise Mobility − Afaria − U i d Pl tf Unwired Platform − SAP BusinessObjects Mobile • 20 year track record of successful implementations for the Fortune 1000 • Akili is results‐oriented, client focused, and easy to work with 3
    • Mobility: The New Digital FrontierMobility: The New Digital Frontier 4
    • Questions Executives Need to ConsiderQuestions Executives Need to Consider • How will people‐centric mobility alter my existing business models? • Can I use mobility to extend the frontiers of my business to encompass new  stakeholders?  • Wh t b i What business processes can/should I mobilize? / h ld I bili ? • How do we secure and manage our employee’s  mobile devices? • Do we need an Enterprise Mobility Strategy? 5
    • Mobilizing the Enterprise is ComplexMobilizing the Enterprise is ComplexEnd User Requirements: Enterprise Requirements: Ease of Use Security Support my Device Device Management We want Apps! App Management Backend Integration Backend Integration TCO 6
    • Mobility Maturity Model: Mobility Maturity Model: Our Mobility Maturity Model provides a framework for V Mobile  assess g our client’s ob e t at es a d easu g assessing ou c e t s mobile initiatives and measuring Enterprise improvement over time. – “Everything  IV App Store Mobile” – Integrated B2B  – Access Enterprise  Mobile Apps  Mobile App Store III Transactional III Transactional (access to  (access to – B2C Media App dBusiness Value suppliers and  – Mobile  – Transactional  vendors) Ecosystem Mobile Apps  – Leverage the  – Mobile Payment II  Business  linked to  Social Graph – New Revenue  Intelligence Backend  – Cloud Enabled Sources systems – Mobile  I  Email /  – Mobile BI – B2C Mobile  Architecture  Calendar – Mobile  App integrated with  Extension to  – Location and  Big Data (think  – Access  existing  context aware HANA) Corporate  C Reports and  Reports and – M2M Email and  Dashboards – RFID Calendar – Mobile  – New Business  Website Process only  possible thru  Mobility Maturity 7
    • Mobility FrameworkMobility Framework • Akili’s Mobility Framework breaks down complexity along 6 key dimensions • Most organizations evaluate a few of these but not all l f f h b ll • Our Mobility Framework allows a holistic look at an organization’s Mobility related  business opportunities, it’s associated Mobility capabilities, and then helps chart a  t b id th t th t course to bridge any gaps that threaten success. • The Mobility Framework helps drive the  Enterprise Mobility Strategy Strategy People Process Iterative (evolutionary) Applications Approach Security Architecture 8
    • Mobility Framework DetailMobility Framework Detail  Application Portfolio Management  Aligned with overall business strategy  Mobile App Roadmap  Business opportunities roadmap Strategy  Mobile App Store  Mobile capabilities roadmap  User / Stakeholder Communities  Mobile device management strategy  Usability / Functionality / Reliability  Mobility Governance  Access Management People  Authentication  Roles and responsibilities definition  Talent Management / Skills  Update Security Policies Optimization Process  Assign Membership / Policies  Recruiting  Track Assets  Training  Monitor / Track Security Violations Applications  Disable Lost / Stolen device  Application Procurement / Development  Remote Kill / Lock  Deployment  Over The Air Application Updates  Quality control Security  Over The Air Client delivery  Architectural Governance  Compliance Activity logging  Project Planning and Management  Styles of computing  Support Architecture  Mobility Center of Excellence  Device / platform standards  Integration with enterprise systems  Development tooling  Device testing  Frameworks 9
    • Mobility Maturity ScoringMobility Maturity Scoring Applications Security Architecture Current State App Update Security Policies Functionality Mobile enabling current App Assign Membership/Policies Styles of computing Mobile App Store Track Assets Device/Platform standards Mobile App Roadmap Monitor/track Security Violations Integration with Enterprise Systems Purpose Disable Lost/Stolen devices Development tooling User Communities Remote Kill/Lock Device Testing Accessibility OTA Client delivery Frameworks Breadth OTA Application Updates Business Alignment Compliance Activity logging Ownership Usability Process Strategy People Mobility Center of Excellence Business Objectives Alignment Leadership Architectural Governance Future Vision Org Structure Design Standards/Guidelines Gap-Closing Roadmap Roles and Responsibilities definition Priority/Criteria Portfolio Management Recruiting Funding Mobile Device Management Strategy Talent Management Methodology Mobility Governance Skills Optimization Project Planning and Management AOP Organization Learn and Development Development and Deployment MYP Accountability Policies and Processes Communication Change Management Teamwork Quality Control y Support 10
    • Features/Maturity Level MatrixFeatures/Maturity Level Matrix Level 1: Level 2: Level 3: Level 4: Level 5: Email & Mobile BI Transactional Enterprise Mobile Calendar App Store pp Enterprise pActiveSync     BI Mobile Connector     Read/Write Back End     Mobile Device Mgt     CA synchronization     OTA App Mgt     Mobile User ProfileMobile User Profile     Mobile UX Standard     Mobile Payment      11
    • SAP Platforms and Features/Maturity MatrixSAP Platforms and Features/Maturity Matrix Level 1: Level 2: Level 3: Level 4: Level 5: Email & Mobile BI Transactional Enterprise Mobile Calendar App Store pp Enterprise pActiveSync     BI Mobile Connector  MOBI   NetWeaver Read/Write Back End    Mobile  Mobile Device Mgmt     CA synchronization     OTA App Mgmt      AfariaMobile User ProfileMobile User Profile     Mobile UX Standard     Mobile Payment      SUP 12
    • SAP Landscape before Sybase AcquisitionSAP Landscape before Sybase Acquisition Data  Data  SAP NetWeaver BOBJ XI Mobile Extension Mobile DeviceSources Services Xcelsius EPM Crystal Reports BW Mobile 4 Webi ERP Explorer Explorer SCM PLM Advanced Analysis SRM CRM Universe SAP NetWeaver Mobile 13
    • SAP & Sybase Landscape SAP & Sybase Landscape All Mobile  Data Sources Sybase Enterprise Mobile App Store Devices WindowsSAP NetWeaver Blackberry Sybase Unwired PlatformBI 4Other Vendors Afaria AndroidLegacy SystemsL S t iOS 14
    • Where to StartWhere to Start 1. Secure your Mobile devices 2. Define a Mobile Strategy  3. Mobilize your reports and dashboards 4. 4 Don t forget Data Governance Don’t forget Data Governance 5. User Experience is king 15
    • Mobility OfferingsMobility Offerings Mobility Readiness Assessment • Profile existing capabilities within the context of your strategy  • Scoring of your entire organization using Akili’s Mobility Maturity Model • Recommend initiatives to close the gap between current and desired state Mobility Roadmap • Identify value‐add opportunities for mobility within your business  • Detailed plans for foundation setting, near‐term, and long‐term efforts • Business case packaging to support project funding requests Mobile Device Management • Address security issues relating to current employee use of Enterprise email, contacts or calendar  on company or personal mobile devices • Manage and secure mobile data and devices from a single administrative console  • Deliver fixes and upgrades to mobile devices without user inconvenience pg 16
    • Akili Focus AreasAkili Focus Areas 17
    • Wrap up Wrap up Jonathan Raspaud p Mobility Architect jraspaud@akili.com Direct: 214.978.3248 Cell: 469.222.6377 C ll 469 222 6377 Akili 2201 West Royal Lane, Suite 150 Irving, TX 75063 214.978.3232 www.akili.com www akili com 18
    • Appendix: • Sybase High Level Architecture • Sybase Afaria • Sybase Unwired Platform (SUP) Sybase Unwired Platform (SUP) 19
    • Sybase High Level Architecture:Sybase High Level Architecture: Connect Create/Control Consume Apple App Store SAP App Store Android Marketplace Blackberry AppWorld … Applications Sybase Unwired Platform Windows Eclipse Databases Connectors Mobile Blackberry Business Objects Web Services Admin Server OTA Android Applications Afaria Files Fil iOS 20
    • Sybase Afaria:Sybase Afaria: • Supports all major devices and OS (iOS, Android, RIM, Symbian, Windows…) • Enable advance mobile management policies (apps, camera, geo fence…) • OTA deployment and upgrades • Built in Telecommunication expense management (Voice and Data) • Only major MDM solution that also secure Windows Laptops 21
    • SUP your mobile app factory:SUP your mobile app factory:“The App Factory” “Enterprise App Store”Fast App CreationConsistent High Quality g yHigh PerformanceEasily MaintainedSecure 22
    • Sybase Unwired Platform:Sybase Unwired Platform:• Accelerate mobile application development (p g in to pp p (plug Eclipse and Visual Studio)• Supports all major devices and OS (iOS, Android, RIM, Symbian, Windows…) Symbian Windows )• Extend back-end data (ERP, CRM, SCM) to mobile devices• Ensure your mobility investment is future-proof 23