While Enterprise Applications are typically large softwares developed to operate in an enterprise level setting (read large corporates) connecting various functions and processes of the business, Enterprise Mobility has rapidly gained importance with the heavy permeation of mobility across the world. Mobility is the most disruptive innovation enterprises are embracing today.
Even though the user base for Enterprise Applications is predominantly B2B, however, it is the employees that are the intended users for these applications which is one of the primary reasons for the growth of Enterprise Mobility, given the meteoric rise of smartphone and tablet users in the last decade. As more employees feel the need to use these applications outside of an office setting- either on customer site, on the field or during travels, Enterprise Mobility becomes even more critical as they will need to access corporate data and information on the go. Implementing enterprise mobility is pivotal to the growth of any enterprise as in today’s hyperdynamic business environments, decision-making solely stands on technology where closing or losing could just be seconds apart. According to sources, (https://fliplet.com/blog/enterprise-mobility-trends-and-facts/) by 2015, the number of employees who use mobile devices for work surpassed 1.3 billion with an annual gained productivity of a whopping 240 hours.