Kicking off an enterprise wide mobile project?

by Allison Martin

July 22, 2011

Over the past few months, I’ve spent a great deal of time researching the topic of enterprise mobility and how it’s affecting SAP customers today. While deciding on the types of applications, platforms, and devices are some of the biggest challenges companies are currently facing, the biggest pain point I’ve seen is how an organization can wrap its arms around a developing a full mobile strategy.

As it stands, most organizations take on a more fragmented approach, building custom apps as needed.  This works fine in the short term, but eventually when the need for more applications continues to grow; this fragmented approach just won’t make the cut. Companies are now realizing that taking on a more standardized strategy can be much more cost effective in the long run. But undertaking such a large scale mobile standardization project can be extremely complicated as it affects so many areas of the business.

This is why we’ve recruited a number of top speakers in the area of Mobility for a brand new Mobile Strategies for SAP Customers seminar scheduled to debut November 2-4 in Las Vegas and then again in Copenhagen December 7-9.

We have a great lineup of speakers from SAP, Deloitte, IBM, PwC, and ExpertiG, who have decades of experience in bringing mobile solutions to enterprise customers. This seminar has been built to provide you and your colleagues with comprehensive education on how to go about building an enterprise-wide mobile strategy, and the options that SAP provides to help your mobile initiatives. It covers all the key areas you’ll need training on including, user engagement, business process management, hardware, middleware, custom development, security, integration, staffing, and training considerations. You’ll leave the seminar with a deeper understanding of enterprise mobility and how to get started on a full scale mobile project.

Hope to see you there!

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