WHITE PAPERS

Mobilizing Field Forces on Smartphones

7/31/2009
For many field workers, smartphones can perform many of the required tasks at a fraction of the cost of rugged handhelds. Through interviews with companies experienced in using rugged devices and smartphones, the analysis shows that smartphone-based field service solution had a 14%-85% lower TCO than alternate rugged solutions.

A Guide to Field Mobility: Empowering Your Field Workforce Today for a More Successful and Profitable Enterprise Tomorrow

4/1/2009
Turn Your Enterprise ON with a 20-page Field Mobility Resource Guide Get a FREE copy of Motorola's new, 20-page offer - "A guide to field mobility: Empowering our field workforce today for a more successful and profitable enterprise tomorrow." Learn how your enterprise can maximize the value/utilization of the field workforce. This guide reveals why mobility has become a best practice out in the field; showcases how the lack of mobility will impact the health of your business - and your ability to compete; and offers great case studies that prove the power of mobility in action.

Embracing Next-Generation Mobile Platforms to Solve Business Problems

4/1/2009
In this White Paper, IDC analyzes the role of next-generation mobile enterprise platforms as organizations seek a more strategic deployment of mobile solutions. The White Paper analyzes why mobility is important to enterprise customers; discusses key past obstacles across technology, supplier deployment, and customer adoption; and identifies vital criteria for choosing a next-generation platform. Sponsored by Sybase.

Adopting a Mobile Enterprise Application Platform

2/27/2009
By enabling strategic mobile deployments, organizations can realize significant benefits including reduced cost of ownership, easier application development and deployment, simple back-end integration and centralized management and security. This "Strategic Mobile Deployments "newsletter explains how to adopt a mobile enterprise application platform and highlights how two innovative companies, Delta Technology and Energy & Combustion Services, are deploying mobility initiatives to gain a competitive advantage. It also features research from Gartner Inc., the Magic Quadrant for Mobile Enterprise Application Platforms, 2008.

5 Best Practices for Smartphone Support

12/17/2008
Discover how your IT team can support smartphones with ease, lightening its burden and freeing up time for proactive work. Featuring real-world examples from NuStar Energy and Palm Valley Healthcare, this paper reveals how fast, easy remote smartphone support can help maintain employee productivity and lower overall costs.

Leveraging Automation to Improve DSD & Route Accounting

12/11/2008
In this whitepaper, by Motorola and Zebra, automating DSD operations is a proven practice to help increase productivity and profitability benefits. Mobile computing applications can help prevent order-entry errors and assist DSD staff in managing inventory more accurately and efficiently. This white paper will show how operations can be enhanced with additional applications, wireless data communication, on-site invoice printing and other enhancements to reduce operating costs and improve efficiency and profitability.

How to Increase Perfect Order Metrics: RFID, Speech

11/18/2008
Find out how each aspect of perfect order performance (On-Time Delivery, Complete Orders, Damage-free Delivery, Accurate Invoicing and Documentation) can be improved through enhancements to data collection processes and technologies including RFID, speech, imaging technology, and GPS.

Increasing Productivity for the Windows Mobile Workforce

11/3/2008
Does your Mobile Workforce actually work? A properly equipped and incentivized mobile user can quickly respond to customer requests and stay up-to-date on the latest company information. A new solution is now available allowing your workforce to use their smartphones like laptops to get more done in less time.
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Who Owns Mobility

Less than one decade ago, smartphones and tablets changed workplace technology—virtually overnight. IT lost "control" and users became decision makers. Is it any wonder we are still trying to figure things out, and that the question of  "who owns mobility" remains? This research examines the current state of mobility in an attempt to answer that question.