Mobile ERP Strategy

Getting through an ERP implementation successfully can be a definite challenge. Add mobile ERP to the mix and you are opening your team up to an entirely new set of challenges. But people want mobile and ERP to work together. Recent studies show that:

  • 43 percent of people want ERP access via their smartphone
  • 38 percent want access to ERP systems through their tablets
  • 25 percent of people access their ERP solution from their smartphone or tablet
  • 65 percent believe that mobility is important because it enables access to information and helps support communication for virtual workers

So what do you need to consider before your company takes its ERP solution mobile?

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Hurdles to Your Unified Commerce Strategy

When you ask retailers how important unified commerce is to them, 85 percent say that it is their top priority. When you ask them how they plan to implement a unified commerce strategy the hemming and hawing starts. Business leaders understand that moving from siloed applications and datasets towards a unified platform across all of their channels is important, but they are having trouble selecting the right solution to tackle this challenge because they run into some common hurdles. Yet as with any hurdle, if you take the right approach they won’t impede your progress towards the finish line.

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How to COPE with Mobile Devices in the Workplace

Depending upon whom you ask, the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement is either amazing or awful. Employees will tell you it gives them unprecedented freedom to work how and where they work. IT professionals will complain that the proliferation of devices is not only difficult to manage, but they represent an enormous security risk. To reduce management headaches as well as the potential for threats, companies have begun to implement policies which allow employees to use mobile devices at work while giving their employers a measure of control over the situation. One such policy is COPE.

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