Apple has teamed up with network gear maker Cisco Systems in a bid to create a “fast lane” for iOS products within the enterprise. Cisco will provide services specially optimised for iOS devices across mobile and cloud, integrating iPhone with Cisco enterprise environments. This will enable iPhones and iPads to perform better within the enterprise.
Facebook is launching a virtual assistant that combines Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology with a team of human helpers and it is set to go head to head with the likes of Apple’s Siri, Google Now and Microsoft’s Cortana.
“M” will be accessible via the social network’s Facebook Messenger app and will allow its users to interact with it using messages as if it was one of their many Facebook friends.
The global enterprise mobility market is expected to reach $11.2 billion by 2022, growing at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.83%, according to “Global Enterprise Mobility Market Outlook (2014-2022),” a report available from the Market Research Store.
Growing BYOD (Bring your own device) policies among enterprises are helping organisations increase productivity promote innovation. And as a result, the Enterprise Mobility market is set to rocket within the next few years.
What are the pain points when it comes to deploying an Enterprise Mobility Sales strategy? The B60 directors talk us through the challenges businesses may face when deploying a mobile app for their sales team and tell us how to overcome them. Watch the latest episode of B60 TV to ensure you're prepared for these pain points when they arise.
"Start with the business and not the technology itself!" Watch the latest episode of B60 TV to find out how to plan your own enterprise mobility sales strategy. The B60 Directors will teach you the most important steps to take when deploying a mobile strategy across your organisation, particularly within a sales aspect. Watch the video below to find out how other enterprises established the role mobile could play for them and how it has benefited their businesses.
Get ready for iOS 9. The public were allowed to participate in beta testing for the very first time as Apple’s new operating system prepares for its full release in the next couple of months. iOS 9 Public Beta 3 follows the recent release of Public Beta 2 but this time beta testers will have a number of new features to play with. And there’s plenty of things for Enterprises to be excited about…
Businesses that are deploying enterprise apps have seen a 26% increase in their sales conversion rates (Yankee Group) with mobile technology now playing a key role for sales teams. See what the B60 Directors and Mobile Experts had to say on an enterprise mobility strategy and how it will benefit a sales team in particular!
Businesses are deploying enterprise apps in order to increase their employees’ productivity and efficiency. Whether a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) strategy has been implemented or not, deploying mobile apps within a workplace has the ability to improve processes across the entire organisation.
However, not all apps are created equally. There is a big difference between certain types of apps that are deployed within an enterprise. Some are spread across the organisation as a whole whilst others focus on specific business areas. So which is the best enterprise app strategy for you?
Pizza delivery chain Domino’s has seen its digital sales dramatically increase in the first half of this year, with app orders now outstripping desktop sales for the first time.
The company has announced UK like-for-like sales surged 10.3% to £378.8 million in the six months to June 28, driven by online and mobile business, which rose 22% and now makes up more than three quarters of all takeaway deliveries.
Mobile technology is now a part of daily life for many* and for those on the move it has become a way of life. It has created a workforce that never stops working and this is particularly true in a sales environment.
Given that over 50% of the population regularly use mobile devices whilst travelling, taking coffee breaks, working away from the office, or in a client facility (Forrester Research), the potential to use this lifestyle to the advantage of the sales executive is clear. The development of a mobile strategy will help to ensure that the sales team’s performance is maximised.