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Presentation on using iPad and tablets in the enterprise. Overview of use cases, decision structures and top apps

Presentation on using iPad and tablets in the enterprise. Overview of use cases, decision structures and top apps

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  • 1. 1
    iPad for
    Enterprise
    Presented by Scott Chapin
  • 2. About DigiKnow
    Company founded in Cleveland 1995
    60 creative, technical, strategy and coordination professionals
    Staff of creative, marketing, technology and consulting professionals
    E-business partner for total solutions or collaborative assignments
    Independent company with consistent ownership and leadership
    600+ website, web apps and mobile apps
    A true interactive organization
    2
  • 3. Web Design & Development
    3
  • 4. Mobile Web
    4
  • 5. Smartphone Apps
    5
  • 6. iPad Apps
    6
  • 7. iPads in Business Today
    7
  • 8. Today’s Digital Marketplace
    Apple sold 3 million iPads during the Q2
    Google Android market share grew 5 points between April and July to a 17% overall US share
    comScore reports that 31% of US consumers download apps
    8
  • 9. Phone vs. Tablet
    9
  • 10. Broadening tablet market
    10+ mobile-OS tablets in the market
    Apple, Archos, Dell, etc.
    15+ tablets promised for near-term delivery
    Samsung, Cisco, RIM, Toshiba, ViewSonic, HP, ASUS, etc.
    Almost every phone or screen manufacturer has rumored to be thinking about the market
    10
  • 11. iPads in Business
    11
  • 12. Top Business Apps
    12
  • 13. On the Go Productivity
    Light-weight laptop replacement
    Access to full desktop or cloud-based files
    Integration with MS Exchange, Lotus Notes, Google Apps
    Access to SAP, Sybase and other enterprise systems
    13
  • 14. Paperless Office
    Office Documents
    EMR Review
    Image/Document Viewer
    Meeting Notes
    14
  • 15. Sales/Demonstration
    Digital Catalog
    Product Demonstration
    Facility Overview
    One-on-One Presentation Support
    15
  • 16. Data Collection
    Patient Intake
    Guest Checkout
    Materials/Information Request
    Tradeshow booth check-in
    16
  • 17. Digital Payment/Finance
    Point-of-interest financing
    Portable point-of-sale terminal
    Mobile banking
    On-the-go trading
    17
  • 18. Training/Recruiting
    Mobile terminal to training center
    Simulation and virtual training
    eLearning
    18
  • 19. Kiosk / Self-Running
    Exhibit/Company information
    Portable engagement tool
    Self-guided tour
    19
  • 20. Marketing/Advertising
    Interactive Games
    Engaging Product Interactions
    Mobile Utility Sponsorship
    20
  • 21. Brining iPads into the Enterprise
    21
  • 22. Too Many Options
    Smartphone vs. Tablet
    iOS vs. Android (vs. QNX vs. WinPhone 7)
    7 inch vs. 10 inch
    Tablet vs. Netbook
    22
  • 23. Who Owns Digital
    23
    Sales
    Marketing
    Communications
    IT
  • 24. Qualifying Leads
    Mobile App projects start at $10,000 and can range up to $100,000+
    The best clients recognize that mobile needs to be part of a larger strategy, not just a tactic or part of a trend
    Multi-use solutions are much easier to sell-in than a one-off project
    24
  • 25. When to Engage DigiKnow
    To help evaluate available technologies and apps
    To design custom solutions for web, iOS or Android
    When there isn’t 100% buy-in and you need outside guidance into additional leverage points
    25
  • 26. 26
    For more information about mobile marketing,
    please contact:
    Scott Chapin
    Director of Consulting Services
    216-325-1981
    schapin@digiknow.com