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Smartphone Users Gain 34% Efficiency at Work

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Frost & Sullivan surveyed 500 smartphone users in the United States who use their phones for work and discovered some very significant results. This infographic reviews the key findings including the increases in work productivity, work time saved and how employers meet their goals through the use of smartphones. Also included is current information on the deployment of smartphones in enterprise, who pays for smartphones in enterprise, how business and productivity apps are used and an ROI analysis for smartphones in business. Review the infographic to find out the value, in terms of time saved and efficiency gained, of smartphones deployed as business tools.

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Smartphone Users Gain 34% Efficiency at Work

  1. 1. Smartphone Users Frost & Sullivan surveyed 500 smartphone users in the United States who use their phones for work Frost & Sullivan research. BLOG insights.samsung.com TWITTER @SamsungBizUSA WEBSITE www.samsung.com/business SOURCE CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE WHITE PAPER: The Smartphone Productivity Effect Devices are Everywhere at Work Devices are Everywhere at Work Smartphones Help Get Business Done Smartphones Help Get Business Done Employer Provided Employer Provided Improved Employee Productivity Improved Employee Productivity Work Life Balance Work Life Balance Supporting a Mobile Workforce Supporting a Mobile Workforce Employee Owned Employee Owned Whether provided by the employer or employees use them personally, smartphones are being used Your employees are already smartphone usersYour employees are already smartphone users Gain 34 Percent Efficiency at Work Percentage of employees who use their personal devices for business. Percentage of employers who provide devices for their employees. The top three reasons for supporting employee or partner owned devices average increase in efficiency. of users rely on their smartphones throughout the day. of users rely on their smartphones throughout the day. Percentage of employees who use smartphones apps for business Percentage of employees who use smartphones apps for business Smartphones Fuel Employee Productivity Smartphones Fuel Employee Productivity Smartphone users do more work and are more efficientSmartphone users do more work and are more efficient Positive Attitudes Toward Smartphones Abound Positive Attitudes Toward Smartphones Abound Smartphone users see multiple advantages to using the tools on the job Smartphone users see multiple advantages to using the tools on the job Smartphones Help Employers Meet Their Goals, Too Smartphones Help Employers Meet Their Goals, Too Reporting speed and collaboration help meet enterprise goalsReporting speed and collaboration help meet enterprise goals Business and Productivity Apps Drive Use Business and Productivity Apps Drive Use Leading organizations mandate apps for business useLeading organizations mandate apps for business use Companies use a variety of business and productivity apps:Companies use a variety of business and productivity apps: Who’s Paying?Who’s Paying? 24% 27% 40% 73% 58%58% 51%51% 27%27% 23%23% 13%13% 34%34% 12%12% TODAYTODAY 5 YEARS AGO5 YEARS AGO SmartphoneSmartphone SmartphoneSmartphone TabletTabletTabletTablet 58585858 MINMIN productive work smartphone users gain per day. The average number of minutes of productive work smartphone users gain per day. The average number of minutes of Smartphone users see a 52%52% Improve collaboration Improve collaboration Improve work quality Improve work quality 50%50% 39%39% 75%75% 72%72% 71%71% 56%56% 35%35% Stay in the loop and keep business moving forward Stay in the loop and keep business moving forward Take advantage of opportunities Take advantage of opportunities encourage users to collaborate on video and web conferencing on the mobile devices. let employees use smartphones to access corporate data. integrate smartphones cameras with business processes. say smartphones speed response times for enterprise communications. of smartphone users pay for their smartphone bill themselves 77%77%of smartphone users pay for their smartphone bill themselves 77%77% Bill payment by the employer is highest in the financial services, transportation, and healthcare industry sectors Bill payment by the employer is highest in the financial services, transportation, and healthcare industry sectors Take ActionTake Action Frost & Sullivan strongly recommends that companies purchase and support mobile devices for their employees Frost & Sullivan strongly recommends that companies purchase and support mobile devices for their employees NOTE: Calculations are based on a monthly mobile subscription bill of $100 and a productivity gain of 58 minutes of work time per day. ROI is per month, based on the equivalent hourly wage for each salary level. 40%40% Custom apps created in-house Custom apps created in-house 29%29% Off-the-shelf apps mandated for business use Off-the-shelf apps mandated for business use 36%36% Third party apps created for specific needs Third party apps created for specific needs ROI can be measured in daysROI can be measured in days SmartphonesSmartphones Currently support running business and productivity apps Currently support running business and productivity apps Plan on supporting business and productivity apps in the future Plan on supporting business and productivity apps in the future TabletsTablets 66% 77% 17% 23% Employee Annual Salary Employee Annual Salary ROI in Days ROI in Days 5.25.2 2.62.6 1.41.4 $80,000$80,000 $40,000$40,000 $150,000$150,000

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