Mobility’s Potential Remains Largely Untapped

Mobility’s Potential Remains Largely Untapped

Good IntentionsGood Intentions

78% of CIOs and other senior tech leaders say their organization embraces advances in mobile tech to benefit business.

Benefit DriversBenefit Drivers

55% say mobility is perceived as a way to increase productivity and efficiency, and 27% say it can improve communications.

Unappreciated PotentialUnappreciated Potential

Only 14% say their company perceives mobility as a way to transform business processes and open up new revenue opportunities.

Underutilized AssetUnderutilized Asset

Less than half say their organization is adding mobile-specific functionality to add value to specific enterprise applications.

Wish ListWish List

87% say a majority of their employees would benefit from increased access to enterprise apps like CRM, ERP and SharePoint on mobile devices.

Prohibitive Factor, Part IProhibitive Factor, Part I

72% say it’s too costly to integrate mobile innovations into legacy apps.

Prohibitive Factor, Part IIProhibitive Factor, Part II

66% say it’s too complex to integrate mobile innovations into legacy apps.

Most Commonly Used Mobile Functions for Enterprise ApplicationsMost Commonly Used Mobile Functions for Enterprise Applications

Secure offline access: 45%, GPS and location awareness: 44%, Location-based services: 39%, On-device storage: 39%, Mobile payments: 39%

Dennis McCafferty
Dennis McCafferty
Dennis McCafferty is a contributor to CIO Insight. He covers topics such as IT leadership, IT strategy, collaboration, and IT for businesses.

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