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M2M solutions are being deployed across a variety of industries, from in-car telematics systems to healthcare, and the market is growing rapidly. For those new to the industry, the M2M ecosystem can be difficult to navigate. The roles of each player in the M2M space and how their products and services contribute to the value chain can be complex and sometimes overlap. Enterprises should carefully consider crucial business decisions such as choosing a carrier, building applications, and whether to partner in developing its connected device before embarking on an M2M deployment.
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This report gives insights into what enterprises are planning for mobility in the year ahead.
Whether it's business-to-business or business-to-consumer, mobile tools are redefining commerce. Mobile technology spans countless form factors and touches every single aspect of commerce from marketing to sales to customer satisfaction. Positively Mobile covers these topics and more, showing you how you can leverage mobility to change the way you do business and boost your bottom line.
Want to know how today's businesses are using mobile applications to drive innovation and growth? Read these stories from world-class mobile enterprises to learn about best practices for mobile application development and deployment. Their experiences serve not only as an inspiration for business leaders, but also as actionable information to aid in the decision-making process of any mobile deployment.
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