Today, Mobile is more than just another business channel - It is fundamentally changing the business landscape. Executives need to stay in touch 24x7 with what is happening in their businesses. These always-on, smart, connected devices have become the mobile office, enabling users to make smarter decisions at the right time. Mobile is also driving real-time and personalized business analytics that enable retailers to offer geographical and content-specific offers to encourage customers to make that purchase decision in the “mobile moment.” Can your infrastructure, business analytics, and systems of record cope with the increasing real-time demands of the mobile phenomenon? Are your systems and data easily accessible yet secure?
Are you looking for the right answer?
Join us for the exciting complimentary webcast and learn how many IBM clients across the world have benefited from IBM mobile solutions for System z. During the webcast, which is happening tomorrow, November 11th at 11 AM EST, we will discuss how System z scales to meet the unpredictable transaction peaks and growths of a mobile channel without having to re-architect the infrastructure. You will also be able to learn about the role of DB2® for z/OS® and IMS™, with their built-in integration capabilities that enable simplified access for mobile development and deployment. Finally, we’ll also show how you can drive business analytics closer to real-time by reducing analytics and query times from days and hours to seconds, and how this helps you target users with just-in-time offers. Don’t forget to attend this exciting opportunity! Register now.
Let’s take a look at the some of the key highlights of the event:
- Influencing customer buying decisions at a particular time and geographic location
- Leveraging existing infrastructure, applications, transactions, business analytics, and data securely to build innovative mobile apps across all types of devices
- Mark Simmonds, Enterprise Architect and Senior Product Marketing Manager, IBM Software Group
- Andrei F. Lurie, DB2 for z/OS RDS Development
Good news - Attendees will receive a complimentary new thought leadership paper on mobile technologies. Also, there will be a live question-and-answer session after the conclusion of the webcast. Don’t wait - join us to get yourself heard! If you have any questions, write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow @IBMSmrtrCmptng on Twitter.