The consumerisation and democratisation of IT have made staff demand the same level of experience from their business applications as they receive from the technology they use as consumers. CIOs are the most aware of this disconnect; but have to balance the drive for new technology adoption with careful and well thought out planning. Unintended side effects can quickly ambush whatever business goals you had in mind, inhibit progress of critical IT initiatives and delay business benefits causing frustration across the business.
There are many business reasons why organisations want to improve their use of mobile technologies. Whether it is to: extend the reach of legacy applications; engage more effectively with the continuously connected customer; mobilise specific lines of businesses in disconnected scenarios; or to create a more agile business, Deloitte can help.
We bring business needs into focus, provide insightful market research and unparalleled technology advice. We help you define a clear mobility strategy, develop the supporting business case and prioritise initiatives based on ROI.
We provide full delivery support for mobility projects including technology selection, architecture, software development, integration, implementation and operational support. This isn’t just a technology exercise – it’s a business imperative. And it takes a team that knows the ins and outs of your industry to bring a world-class mobility strategy to life.
As technology leaders already know, mobile technologies have advanced to the point where organisations can finally take advantage of everything mobility has to offer. Application enhancements extend the desktop to handheld devices and deliver more powerful tools to employees, increasing productivity and improving bottom line performance. Combining advanced mobile applications and technologies while leveraging existing infrastructure creates a new opportunity to expand an organisation’s reach – and often creates a daunting challenge.
Enabling mobile environments is a balance of technology, risk, and return on investment (ROI), all of which are driven by business needs.