You need a vision, you need a plan, and you need information mobility.
Let’s be frank. You clicked here because of that headline, didn’t you?
After all, $7,210 per employee is not a small chunk of change. At a time when many businesses are looking for any way to slash costs and get on the right side of the balance sheet, it’s the sort of difference than can turn a bad year into a great one. And it’s the sort of difference that comes from information mobility.
Of course, $7,210 is oddly specific. How do you get to that number? Simple: you ask the top performers in business about the results they’ve seen from pursuing information mobility initiatives. In an IDC study
conducted on behalf of Ricoh Americas, researchers found that companies with real information mobility
earn, on average, $7,210 in revenue annually per employee and realize $16,027 per employee annually in increased productivity — a 42 percent jump.
So how can you increase revenue and make this work for your organization?