@hand News / Update
IBM Pulse is next week, February 23-26 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. @hand is providing on-site, private mobility consultations with product demonstrations, so contact @hand TODAY to schedule your consultation - space is limited!
Stop by BOOTH #T-07 and learn more about @hand Indigo™, a highly-configurable mobility product that empowers Maximo customers to reach the next level of asset optimization.
@hand is providing on-site, private mobility consultations with product demonstrations at Oracle Value Chain Summit, February 3-5, 2014 in San Jose. Visit @hand at booth #702 or contact us to set up a demo. Space is limited, so reserve your time slot now!
by Brandon Rhymes
The enterprise mobility purchase is complex. Buyers are faced with an array of considerations - What devices to buy? What is MDM, and do I need it? What applications do I need? Should I pursue a best of breed approach, or find a one-stop shop?
1. Mobile Devices - Face it, we can't accomplish anything with mobility without mobile devices. Device selection is an important consideration to any mobile project, but once you've identified a device for a particular application the incremental expense associated with this aspect of the purchase is relatively easy to factor. Devices are a non-discretionary component of a mobility purchase, but a device by itself in the hands of your field agent does nothing to solve a business problem. Devices are a secondary consideration to the mobility purchase. Eventually, we have to turn our attention to the business applications that will run on the device.
@hand offers the right apps to deliver business value today.
Benefit from our proven success in areas such as Field Service, EAM, and Logistics.
- Work Order Execution
- Inventory Management
- Proof of Delivery
- Field Ticketing
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by Brandon Rhymes, @hand Account Executive
Shorten the time to market for your solutions. Everyone knows customization is expensive. In the sales conversation we refer to it as the dreaded "C" word. But, just how expensive IS customization? It's more expensive than you think.
In a previous post I demonstrated how a mobile work management application can be worth as much as a $10,000 / day to a company who employs 250 field workers each day. When considering how tailored we want a work management application to be, all of us remember to account for the development and management hours spent running a project. However, we often neglect the $10,000 / day opportunity cost in our calculations.
Time to market counts. And when the value potential of your solution is as high as it is with enterprise mobile software, time to market counts in a very BIG way.