IBM MobileFirst

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Strategies of the
upwardly mobile enterprise

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Bring ROI to your BYOD

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Put your business in motion. Become a mobile enterprise.

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As a mobile enterprise, you can attract new customers, and transform your business and IT infrastructure. Develop mobile apps to boost enterprise efficiency, and improve customer service and interactions.

The upwardly mobile enterprise: a new study from the IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV)

Learn how leading enterprises rise to the top, including ROI, analytics, integration, and security.

 

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Support BYOD and a smarter workforce

IBM enables flexible access to enterprise data and applications

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Manage and optimize mobile devices, data, and expenses

PHS Group streamlines operations while significantly decreasing unnecessary costs

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Oversee security, risk, and compliance

Delivering 98 percent policy compliance across all enterprise devices means CenterBeam can manage a broader array of IT endpoints

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Transform strategy and operations

Air Canada mobile travel services cut per-check-in cost 80 percent compared to counter check-in

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Build and deploy multi-platform mobile applications

TBC reduces time-to-market for mobile applications, from ideas to platform in 19 days

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Optimize mobile experience to build loyalty

Wimbledon uses analytics and mobile to engage and retain fans around the globe, who downloaded almost 2 million IBM-developed apps

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Leverage analytics to turn information into insights

A traffic management solution in the City of Eindhoven collects and analyzes data from car and road sensors to quickly resolve traffic issues

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Extend enterprise to mobile with data, service, and application integration

VCC Construction reduces processing time for inbound customer service inquiries by 30 to 50 percent

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AT&T and IBM driving innovations for Internet of Things

Cities, utilities and other industries to benefit from interconnected, intelligent devices.

Delivering confidence to seize the mobile opportunity

Embrace mobile with the right security solutions in place.

Customer experience management in the new era of mobility

Help protect your brand while moving to market as quickly as possible.

Getting a Better Grip on Mobile Devices

Solutions and strategies for managing both employee-owned and enterprise-owned equipment.

What is BYOD?

A full-page discussion of bring your own device with white papers and videos to help you get started.

Mobile device management (MDM)

How IBM can help you — plus downloads, studies, and white papers.

Mobile application development

Suggestions on dealing with unique mobile challenges — including native vs Web vs hybrid development.

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See how your mobile technology compares with industry peers

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The upwardly mobile enterprise
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Read the IBV study See what leaders do

See how the leaders are ahead of all others:

Leaders Others
73/40
See measurable ROI from mobile initiatives
73/36
Are effective at taking action based on mobile data
70+/40
Are effective at integrating mobile with existing systems
82/50
Are successful with mobile threat detection

The top 14% of respondents rank as mobile strategy leaders

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