Deploying and Managing Mobile Apps for Field Service Workers – 5 Key Questions to Ask

Deploying and Managing Mobile Apps for Field Service Workers – 5 Key Questions to Ask

According to VDC Research, smartphone adoption in the enterprise (both personal-liable and corporate-liable) will have reached 162 million units by the end of 2011 – and by 2014, the research firm predicts, the market for enterprise mobility solutions for field service applications will grow at an average annual rate of 11 percent. Read more.

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