Properly establishing the user experience of the mobile app can help to ensure users’ needs are met while getting the best use—and intended benefit—out of the investment. A successful enterprise mobile app is one with a robust user experience that’s built around these considerations. Below, we’ll uncover some real examples of what it looks like to move through the discovery process to develop the most useful mobile app for the enterprise.
Mobile has become ubiquitous—and it’s no wonder, given that worldwide smartphone users were expected to total 1.75 billion in 2014 (a number that, by the way, will only continue to rise). When looking beyond mobile device usage, however, mobility-driven business imperatives like a comprehensive strategy aren’t catching on quite as fast. One of the stumbling blocks? Understanding the need to not just introduce mobile devices to your workforce, but also mobilize your key business processes so that you can tap into (no pun intended) accessibility, efficiency and robust functionality regardless of user role or location.
In 2014, DSI also produced net new business growth of 75%, a remarkable statistic that speaks to the growing customer realization that a mobile supply chain isn’t simply a business value-add; instead, it’s the key to sustainable success in an increasingly competitive global marketplace.