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Already convinced that Mobility is relevant? Here’s an attempt to explain why…

As mobile becomes more pervasive in our lives, those of us in enterprise businesses may risk taking this for granted. Of course, companies must focus on deriving value from mobile in the enterprise and not just falling prey to the ‘cool factor’.  Still, many of the mobile successes are very cool. Not to mention that the lines are blurring between technology and end-users requirements as mobile devices can truly define the customer experience with a software provider.

Over coming weeks and months, we’ll share thoughts from SAP Services on evolving your mobile strategy starting with trying to answer the question of: “Why Is Mobility So Relevant?”

Both technology and business drivers shape strategic investments in mobility applications. The evolution of technology is changing the IT game again, creating a perfect storm of opportunities and expectations. Even if you’re already convinced and well down your mobile strategy roadmap, you may find this content useful in sharing with your colleagues and maybe even family or friends.  I’m finding that a simple mobile device is making it easier for those that don’t speak technology language to begin to grasp just how a company like SAP can help business run better and ultimately impact their world through a mobile device.

Curious to hear if anyone else is experiencing something similar or has an example to share where mobile user expectations are driving innovation.

Stay tuned! More educational mobile strategy content is coming.

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