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Why should you go Mobile and Social? Suresh Krishna | 11/04/2012 | Author | Blogger | Photographer | Google+ | LinkedIn |
About this presentation• This presentation is a “stitch” of several data points across the internet. I created this slide deck as a part of my MBA school project within “60 minutes” (search, select, create and present).• The idea is to get the most relevant data points and convince your executive management on your enterprise application going mobile and social.• All of the slides should have the screenshots. As mentioned this is no way my original creation.
Mobile Content Usage3 Month Avg. Ending Jul. 2012 vs. 3 Month Avg. Ending Apr. 2012 | Total U.S. Mobile Subscribers (Smartphone & Non-Smartphone) Ages 13+ | Source: comScore MobiLens Share (%) of Mobile Subscribers Apr-12 Jul-12 Point ChangeTotal Mobile Subscribers 100.0% 100.0% N/ASent text message to another 74.1% 75.6% 1.5phoneUsed downloaded apps 50.2% 52.6% 2.4Used browser 49.0% 51.2% 2.2Accessed social networking site 36.0% 37.9% 1.9or blogPlayed Games 33.1% 33.8% 0.7Listened to music on mobile 25.8% 28.3% 2.5phone
Mobile Summary• Mobile is a new value delivery channel• Mobile lets businesses to use the advanced technological capabilities – Camera – Location based services – Connectivity, Engagement, Alerts, etc…
Magic Quadrant for Social Software in the Workplace• Gartner research predicts the enterprise social software market will hit $769 million in 2011. The market is growing 15 percent a year and should top $1 billion through 2012.• Gartners broad definition of ESS includes blogs, wikis, communities, forums, RSS feeds, bookmarks and other tools that help knowledge workers communicate, collaborate and break through the many information silos erected in large businesses.
Where to apply social enterprise• Public relations/ marketing (PR/MA). E.g. Campaign to lead• Sales (SFA). E.g. Lead to deal• Service and support (CSS). E.g. Incident to resolution• Projects (PBS).e.g. Kickoff to delivery• Innovation/ product life cycle management (PLM). E.g. Concept to production• Supply chain (SCM). E.g. Sourcing to acceptance• Human capital management (HCM). E.g. Hire to retire• Finance. E.g. Invoice to payment
Social Summary• Listen | Analyze | Engage• Data aggregation from Social Networks• Business Process Work Flows• Feeds / Activity Streams• Collaboration• Communities• Knowledge Sharing• Contact Center• Dash Boards & Reports• Employee Timeline• Search