Why are people moving to mobile?

Mobile is the future. Here are some facts and stats to get your started.

There are approximately 6.8billion people on the Earth, of which 5.1billion own a mobile phone, but only 4.2billion own a toothbrush.

By 2015, there will be a billion mobile devices günstige natel abo.

There are a handful of countries with higher numbers of mobile subscriptions that people than they have (Source : MMA, Mobile Marketing Association).

Although it takes 26 hours for average people to report a wallet loss, reporting a phone theft takes only 68 minutes. (Source : Unisys).

There are many more mobile phones in the world than there are televisions. (Source: Jupiter)

70% of all searches on mobile devices lead to action within 1 Hour. (Source: Mobile Marketer)

61% call the business after they find it online.

Mobile coupons can be used 10 times faster than traditional coupons. Source: Borrell Associates

– 59% end up stopping in the business

50% of mobile users who discovered your business online ultimately convert into purchasing customers.

Mobility is the disruptive technology that’s most in demand after Internet. It is imperative that enterprises include mobility in their corporate strategy. Organizations that do not consider the importance of implementing it are losing out on agility and becoming irrelevant. Companies that have a well-planned strategy for adopting mobility technology have increased their revenues on many fronts. Without a mobile strategy, it’s hard to imagine a successful online business.

In education, tablets and other connected devices have been used to improve learning. Not only are we talking about playgroups, but even engineers use mobile applications in real-time to simplify complex situations.

Businesses are also reaping the benefits from the mobile revolution. Mobile technology is slowly being adopted by businesses, from BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), to private/inhouse mobile app stores. Some of the many benefits of introducing mobility into an enterprise include:

The process can be managed more precisely and with greater flexibility.

Reduplication of response time

Improved security

Increased employee satisfaction

Lower operating costs

All these benefits contribute to greater market reach and better balance sheets. Air Canada has been a pioneer in the integration of front and back end systems via a mobile platform. Air Canada developed an application that allows customers access their flight status and to obtain electronic boarding passes. It delivers the information in real-time, making it accessible to both customers and agents simultaneously. Over 1.5 million people have downloaded the app and it is currently ranked second in Canada in Apple’s App Store. Air Canada’s per-check-in cost was reduced by 80per cent thanks to the app launch. This is a perfect example of an exemplary strategy for implementing enterprise mobile.

Mobility isn’t just limited to smart phone, tablet PCs, and app store apps. Mobility can also be included with basic features like SMS and. BAM or Business Activity Modul is an equivalent approach. This allows special events like delivery/receiving key goods, stock limit measurement, or any updates in the database to be sent as SMS directly to the relevant authority. This makes it easy to monitor and control processes without the use of data connections. This mobile strategy alleviates security concerns of BYOD and also the hassles of managing an in-house application store.

The mobile device is here, and will remain an integral part of organizations’ growth stories. There are many success stories, reasons and reasons that mobile is no longer a luxury. They are essential to any organization’s growth. If your organization hasn’t yet implemented a mobile strategy, now is a good time to start.