In a successful organization, information becomes innovation—and information mobility is the gateway.
Of course, there are a number of potential stumbling blocks within an organization. Perhaps your information is siloed, or you’re struggling to do more with less. Maybe you’re being forced to respond to the business challenges of 2016 with equipment built 10 or 20 years ago. Or perhaps you’re struggling to keep employees on board with changes in your organization, or adapting to their unique workstyle needs. Whatever the case, this transformation to a culture of continuous innovation requires a robust mobility strategy.
This strategy must address a number of issues:
A culture of continuous improvement requires an organizational-wide commitment to information mobility, and it certainly isn’t a small job. But this is made easier by bringing on a trusted partner to provide a balanced, outside look at your mobility strategy. The benefits of an information mobility-driven approach to innovation are clear — research1 shows that this strategy can help organizations boost revenue by an average of $7,210 an employee, increase productivity by 42 percent, and reduce costs.
That’s what innovation can bring to your organization.