Today’s commercial smartphone and tablet users are demanding better, faster performance from their field service organizations. As a result, the pressure to excel is generating interest in new enterprise mobility technologies — such as the various forms of mobile communication management.
Mobile has fundamentally transformed behavior and expectations. We don’t “go online” anymore — we live online. We act on our needs in micro-moments. This shift in behavior affects mobile marketing strategies, and how organizations think about their marketing investment.
The emerging applications for IoT sensors that are designed to be worn will become vast. The wearable technology market is forecast to rise from $24.2 billion in 2015 to three times that size in ten years — creating a market of $74 billion in 2025, according to IDTechEx Research.
To meet consumers where they are and serve them as efficiently as possible, retailers must be able to flex their merchandise inventory knowledge. Utilizing a DOM service, retailers provide customers with knowledge about past product reviews, where the product is available, and the delivery options.
New data from TeleGeography reveals that global mobile phone subscribers have reached 7.1 billion, and that the number of mobile lines in service will surpass the world’s population later this year.