This retail holiday season is the shortest in a decade. With holiday spending expected to reach $738 billion, flawless retail execution is a must for consumer goods manufacturers and brick-and-mortar retailers. Here are 5 ways that mobile apps can make the difference.
Mobile enterprise apps that access big data could drive up cellular data costs and slow device performance. Find out how a large consumer goods manufacturer successfully synchronizes over 600,000 retail stores quickly on mobile devices.
Thornton & Partners eliminates paper forms, time-consuming data entry and delays with a mobile solution that integrates with the company’s existing claims management software. Find out what the company was looking for in a mobile solution.
10 years ago, Dataco Utility Services replaced paper work order forms with a mobile workforce management solution. The solution still drives efficiency today. Find out how the company beat the odds with a future-proof mobile solution.
Mobile technology is changing the face of the construction industry with unprecedented access to real-time information in the field. Find out 7 ways mobile apps can help construction companies get ahead.
This leading property management company replaced paper forms with mobile apps to manage work orders and maintenance jobs, saving days of administrative time each month. Find out how the company increased back-office efficiency by over 10 times.
Sales Partnerships manages a dispersed sales team that delivers sales services to clients. The company needed a way to access critical data and track activities in the field. With a mobile solution, they’ve eliminated costly meetings and gained competitive advantage.
Mobility is changing the face of farming and agriculture, delivering new opportunities for boosting revenue and productivity. With global pressures rising, mobile apps can help make the difference. Read about ten mobile app ideas that farmers can leverage to get ahead.
For field service providers to thrive in 2013 the question will no longer be whether to implement a mobility solution that reduces paper and administrative overhead; instead it will be when, and how well. Find out common pain points and our predictions for 2013.
For food brokers, there is a real opportunity to improve data capture, workforce management, and reporting from the field that addresses common pain points like soaring mileage costs and delays in getting information from retail stores to the office.