BOSTON--()--A growing worldwide mobile worker population creates opportunities for providing mobile solutions across geographic regions, vertical markets, and mobile worker types, according to Strategy Analytics’ 2012 Emerging Market Enterprise Survey, which examined more than 750 business respondents in Brazil, China and India.
“Emerging Market Enterprise Survey 2012 - The State of Enterprise Mobility in Brazil, China and India”
According to the Strategy Analytics Mobile Workforce Strategies (MWS) report, “Emerging Market Enterprise Survey 2012 - The State of Enterprise Mobility in Brazil, China and India” investments in wireless services and mobile devices are very promising:
“Companies in emerging markets are facing increasingly mobile workforces with between 70-80 percent of workers spending at least some portion of their time working out of the office. These companies are also investing in mobile devices that will enable the growing numbers of mobile workers to interact with customers, employees, and other businesses in real time, anytime, and from any location. Brazil, China and India have vast numbers of SMBs that are willing to spend to better leverage the capabilities of new devices and solutions” said Andrew Brown, Director of Enterprise Research at Strategy Analytics.
“Companies in emerging markets now recognize the productivity boosts that can come from a strong work/life balance which is now driving their investments in mobile devices and solutions as integral parts of their technology strategies,” added Kevin Burden, Director Enterprise Mobility at Strategy Analytics.
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