We know that enterprise mobility is changing the way the world works and is responsible for some major enhancements to worker productivity. Mobile devices are now in front of us, and used by us, for functions that used to require us installing, managing, and (usually with a great deal of effort) using huge, esoteric software applications. We’re now accessing and processing in a much different, and more efficient way.
But to what degree is the mobile revolution really impacting us? Across the globe, how powerful are these changes, and who is taking advantage of them? This infographic illustrates the story and calls out some of they highlights to why enterprise mobility is truly a massive game-changer. In it, you’ll note some interesting statistics, including:
- Worker productivity has increased: Vodafone slashed the time and effort needed to process leave requests, time sheets, and expense reports for 63,000 employees with the SAP mobile platform.
- Asian Paints was able to shorten sales cycles and respond to market needs faster by giving mobile sales and customer data to 1,700 sales reps on the go.
- $1 trillion in mobile payments are expected by 2015. Consumers want banking on the go.
- 82 million people will use tablets by 2015, up from 10 million in 2010.
Mahira Kalim is Senior Marketing Manager for Enterprise Mobility solutions at SAP.