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Mobile Enterprise Transition and Business Expectations

Bhuvan Unhelkar

The goals of Mobile Enterprise Transition (MET) need to be in line with the goals of business. Business aims to achieve substantial value for itself, its customer, and its business partners out of its strategic mobile transition. Therefore, these MET goals primarily, and understandably, provide advantages of mobile technologies to business. However, they vary depending on the demographics and mobile maturity of the transitioning organization.

In fact, the value from MET to business encompasses a large number of varying factors. The research survey on MET asked participants to offer descriptive comments on the value, as perceived by them, being provided by mobility to business. These mobile technology values to business can be summarized as follows:

  • Streamlining of business processes: MET aims to streamline and organize business processes through engineering and reengineering of those processes. The new and reengineered processes make use of the location and time independence [Click here to continue ...]

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From Mobile Enterprise Transition and Management by Bhuvan Unhelkar. New York: Auerbach Publications, 2009.


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