Five Tips for Launching a Successful Mobile Enterprise Project

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Click through for five best practices that can help you launch a successful mobile enterprise project and provide your employees with needed access to mission-critical apps, as identified by Gil Bouhnick, director of mobile solutions at ClickSoftware.

In today’s business world everything is mobile and mobility must be considered as the mainstream, not the exception. All employees, from field workers to office users, manager and CIOs, must be able to access information and mission-critical programs via multiple mobile systems – it’s no longer acceptable to only access these systems through a desktop or one-device model.

With this new standard, it’s important to follow the following best practices, identified by Gil Bouhnick, director of mobile solutions at ClickSoftware, when implementing your next mobile project.

 

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