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What are the technology challenges? What are the new possibilities, applications, services or features that will empower mobile workers even more?...

What are the technology challenges? What are the new possibilities, applications, services or features that will empower mobile workers even more?

Experts on these subjects will cover several interesting topics: Mobile data, Device Management, Mobile Security and Mobile Enterprise Apps.
Mobile Enterprise Apps by Koen Pellegrims - Flowpilots

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  • EliminatepaperworkBUT: existingpaperwork is a greatstarting point foryourapplicationFaster information = fasterinvoicing, more accurate knowledgeDelay information as long as possible ( e.g. planning fortechnicians)BACKEND INTEGRATION
  • If a consumerappdoesn’twork, that’s okIfyour employee, or your financials depend on yourapp, youbetter make sureitworks
  • Start with the existingpaperwork, but leverage the possibilities of technologyAskingfor a location = pointlessifyou have GPSMotion sensor canbeusedto support one-handedoperationAR overlay of a technical maintenance
  • The power is with the user, they are the driving force behindtechnology adoption
  • HUGE challenge: BYODSingle platform = easy, but no platform is perfect!* Also: no single device fits everyone
  • Whathappensifyour CEO leaves his iPhone on the backseat of a taxi?Whathappensifanoncologyst puts his tablet down to go for lunch?Whathappensif a field technician has to enter a 12-character password withnumerals, capitalsand a special character?
  • Fight the urgeto put everythingintoyour mobile app!Add “complete later” functionality(cfr cross-device thinking)
  • Also:THINK CROSS-DEVICESome actions are easiest on a small device, others are better on a PC.Decouple the 1 app - 1 device relationsip

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  • We know mobileWe know enterprise
  • Source:
  • Identify over10Bio songs… …in under30s Source: Shazam.com Press release (May 18, 2010)
  • Direct access to10Mio SKUs Source: Internet Retailer Top 500 report 2008
  • Customers haveenteredthe “era of now”* * Courtesy of Peter Hinssen
  • What about your employees?
  • “I don’t know”is no longer a valid answer
  • “We no longer need to be tethered to adesktop computer in order to use theInternet to interact with the worldaround us”.Hamilton Chan, CEO and Founder, Paperlinks
  • What does that mean for a company?
  • Opportunities throughout the enterprise… Field service Sales force Location-based attomation enablement applications Lead management Management dashboards E-detailing B2B applications Market intelligence
  • The 10 rulesfor mobileenterpriseapplications
  • One Digitise information as quickly as possible… …and keep it digital for as long as you can
  • Two THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS “ALWAYS ON” Build robust apps that can work offline Sync data as soon as you can By the way, you can do that with web apps too!
  • Three Embrace the possibilities! Multimedia content Built-in camera Geolocation Compass Audio recording Voice recognition NFC Motion sensor …
  • Four Treat employees as consumers
  • Give your employeesbeautiful applicationswith eye for usability Courtesey: bret@worrydream.com
  • Five Don’t commit to a single platform if you mustn’t • 73% of users claim they use personal Perception gap: • smartphones for access to corporate data CIOs estimate this number at 31%! 42%
  • Six Strike the right balance between security and usabilityDevice securityNetwork securityInformation security
  • Seven Focus on the 20% functionality that covers 80% of the workMake this as simple as possibleRelease!
  • People are mobile by default, Don’t tie them to a desk unnecessarilyEight Think “mobile first”
  • “We need a app” is not a mobile strategyNine “Small devices” does not equal “small projects”
  • • Don’t underestimate the impact of mobile devices • Consider more than “a handful” of users • Device management is not an afterthought!Ten Handle your mobile rollouts with care
  • Contact Koen Pellegrims koen.pellegrims@flowpilots.com +32495592235