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  • 1. © 2014 IBM Corporation 1190: Enterprise Mobile Capability Maturity Model Nitin Gaur, Senior MobileFirst Solution Architect Steve Mirman – Worklight SWAT team, North America
  • 2. Please Note IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion. Performance is based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment. The actual throughput or performance that any user will experience will vary depending upon many factors, including considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the user’s job stream, the I/O configuration, the storage configuration, and the workload processed. Therefore, no assurance can be given that an individual user will achieve results similar to those stated here.
  • 3. Designing for a robust Digital Strategy? • IT strategies treat technology in isolation. • Silo’ed Approach — on a cloud strategy, social strategy, or mobile strategy. • Meaningful solutions - seek pervasive digital connections leveraging individual technologies (cloud, near field communications, mobile, big data, etc.) • Aim - to deliver an experience that looks and feels an awful lot like our natural behavior. • Rich Interactions - more connections between people, places, information, and things (aka digital density), the more customers can interact with companies and each other in a seamless and satisfying way. • Is your Enterprise Design ready for This? IT strategy does not equate to a digital strategy. Why?
  • 4. Agenda Explosion in Mobile Adoption Drivers – New Landscape Enterprise Mobile Capability Maturity Design for Digital Strategy
  • 5. Mobile Adoption Continues to Explode 1 Trillion Connected Devices 2013 2014 2015 5.6 Billion Personal Devices Sold 41% CAGR Wearable Wireless Devices
  • 6. A New Mobile Era, We Have Moved From… Reactive security Rigid infrastructure to Structured data to Millions of PCs to billions of mobile devices massive amounts of unstructured data Intelligent, proactive protection an elastic cloud infrastructure Single transactions to personalized engagement Static applications to dynamic compos-able services
  • 7. Drivers: So what is changing the Landscape? New business models and paradigms Social Media goes mainstream • Everyone wants to be on Facebook/linkedin etc • Every solution is compared to scalability and availability like social networks • Capitalize on ‘perceived’ new markets on social network. Emerging Channels of commerce • New breed of personal devices • Speed of commerce • Low tolerance for ‘slow’ experience Proliferation of ‘smart’ phones - Mobility • Defining new engagement Models • Exponential growth of Mobile Devices • New System of Engagements • Emerging markets – New Platforms Globalization!! • Single market for everything • Everything is linked
  • 8. What are these landscape changes driving? Elasticity Rapid provisioning Configuration Automation Virtualization Cloud hosted services - MBaaS Agile Mobile Infrastructure Scalability  eXtreme Caching – improving speed and scalability  Data/cache partitioning and co-location  Caching at many levels Data awareness and real time processing Sense and response or even driven architectures (Fraud/Marketing/BI) Reduced processing – or off loading to a efficient tier Moving data closest to application (relevant logic)
  • 9. A financial services company supports future business growth IBM Worklight software enables quick and efficient development of mobile applications The need: This financial services company sought a solution that could enable it to more efficiently offer mobile access to its products and services. The solution: The client implemented IBM Worklight software to support its mobile- application-development project. The Worklight software provides the scalability that the client needs. The benefits:  Gained the ability to develop mobile apps quickly and efficiently, facilitating future business growth  Provided scalability to support higher data and user volumes once the client deploys the mobile apps  Found the software easy to use and integrate with back-end systems, such as content management systems Solution component:  IBM Worklight
  • 10. A travel company makes life simpler for the customer How one company revolutionized the airline industry The need: This airline was looking for ways to enhance their self-service technologies and capabilities to increase performance and customer satisfaction. The solution: The client implemented IBM Worklight software to integrate with existing rules based intelligence and SOA infrastructure to provide smart interactions with customers. The benefits:  Increased customer satisfaction and decreased costs by providing the end user with an exceptional self-service option  Allowed the airline to capture complex analytics and use that data for process optimization and validation  Seamlessly integrated with back-end systems, allowing mobile applications to reuse the existing channels Solution component:  IBM Worklight
  • 11. A police department mobilizes to help conserve resources and curb crime How mobility changed the way law enforcement communicates The need: Provide a more efficient and reliable way for law enforcement personnel to communicate and collaborate The solution: The client implemented IBM Worklight software with MQTT for reliable, guaranteed notification delivery. The solution provided a simplified communication channel that could be focused on an officer, precinct or department wide level. The benefits:  Cost effective communication option that “wired” all the law enforcement personnel into a single communication channel  Provided a more interactive device that could remain with officers even in “on foot” situations  Allowed law enforcement to classify, prioritize, map and respond to new and existing incidents Solution component:  IBM Worklight
  • 12. Intent Describe key initiatives, characteristics, and components of a world class mobile enterprise Partner LOB and IT stakeholders across the enterprise on mobile initiatives Create a gap analysis, identifying areas of strength and areas where the return on investment is the most impactful Deploy a progressive business and technical strategy to adopt the technology, tools, and mindset needed to become a MobileFirst enterprise
  • 13. Characteristics of Mobile Enterprise Progressive Capability Model
  • 14. Mobile Enterprise Progressive Capability Model
  • 15. Designing for a robust Digital Strategy? • IT strategies treat technology in isolation. • Silo’ed Approach — on a cloud strategy, social strategy, or mobile strategy. • Meaningful solutions - seek pervasive digital connections leveraging individual technologies (cloud, near field communications, mobile, big data, etc.) • Aim - to deliver an experience that looks and feels an awful lot like our natural behavior. • Rich Interactions - more connections between people, places, information, and things (aka digital density), the more customers can interact with companies and each other in a seamless and satisfying way. • Is your Application Infrastructure Design ready for This? IT strategy does not equate to a digital strategy. Why?
  • 16. Questions?
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  • 18. Thank You
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