Business applications on mobile terminals

First introduced in 2007 with the iPhone, it was in 2011 that smartphones supplanted traditional cell phones, and companies began to realize the disruptive potential of these terminals for their business uses. We carried out a study at the time of this inflection point, many points of which are still relevant today.

The convergence of business and personal smartphones is a key market trend. As a result of voice/data convergence, the management of mobile fleets is becoming as much a CIO responsibility as landlines. Against this backdrop, new uses are emerging, and new ways of working are making business processes more fluid.

  • Why are smartphones a productivity driver for businesses?
  • Which processes rely on mobile solutions?
  • Constantly evolving technologies
  • User-centric projects