A managed mobility strategy is critical to the growth and survival of modern businesses. Trends toward mobility are popping up at every turn including an increased mobile workforce and bring your own device (BYOD) proliferation. The proper mobility strategy will not only give you a modern edge, but also provide numerous benefits such as increased productivity, flexible growth, increased bottom line and more. Learn more about why your business needs a managed mobile strategy in this article from Forbes http://www.forbes.com/sites/centurylink/2015/07/01/9-reasons-every-business-needs-a-managed-mobility-strategy/
With enterprise mobility growing at staggering rates, the number of mobile workers is consistently increasing. A new forecast from International Data Corporation (IDC) predicts steady growth over the next five years, bringing the number of mobile employees from 96.2 million in 2015 to 105.4 in 2020 thanks to the latest in technological advancements. According to research analyst Bryan Basset, mobility is now synonymous with productivity. We couldn’t agree more. http://workplaceinsight.net/us-mobile-workers-will-surpass-105-million-by-2020/
Mobile Messaging Streamlines Communication & Helps to Improve Patient Care for Travel Nursing Companies – Part Two
The proliferation of travel nursing companies has created a convenient way for patients to receive the care they need from the comforts of their own home, and in order to keep this system running, communication is key to keep nursing staff in the know at all times. BulletinMessenger provides a fast and simple solution to enable this communication at low cost to travel nursing companies, making it easier than ever to provide necessary information and interaction between the company, nurses, doctors, and potential and existing patients and their families, through mobile messaging.
Since field nurses share the workload in most organizations, this new and innovative outlet for communication provides [...]
Mobile Messaging Streamlines Communication & Helps to Improve Patient Care for Travel Nursing Companies – Part One
The benefits of using smartphones and mobile messaging technology within a hospital setting are incredible, from improving communication, to generating trust and fostering a positive culture among nurses and doctors alike to ultimately improve patient care. These benefits can also be further broadened when applied within the field of travel nursing.
Nurses are critical to patient care, and the importance of their constant ability to communicate and coordinate with staff and patients in an “on-the-go” setting cannot be overemphasized – especially in life-threatening medical emergencies. By employing a solution that enables reliable and streamlined communication, more time and effort can be spent on providing care to the [...]
In today’s tech-driven society, the U.S. workforce had developed a system to increase their productivity through staying connected even after business hours. According to Gallup, nearly 8 in 10 full-time U.S. employees view this remote working as a positive development. Check out some more details on these statistics and how mobile technology influences today’s work habits here http://www.gallup.com/poll/168794/workers-upside-staying-connected-work.aspx
Mobile messaging, be it OTT or SMS, is growing at staggering rates. Juniper Research recently concluded that by 2019, 438 billion messages will be sent and received every single day. With significant trends toward OTT apps, mobile messaging is thriving within the enterprise sector, creating opportunities for enhanced productivity and simplicity when it comes to communication and connectivity. Read more about Juniper’s research in this Tech Times article: http://www.techtimes.com/articles/67352/20150709/438-billion-daily-volume-of-mobile-and-online-messages-by-2019.htm
Enterprise mobility is a growing trend permeating just about every industry. Affecting marketing, internal and external communications, daily business functions and consumer interaction, mobile messages and applications are quickly being adopted by the enterprise. This infographic from Randstad Technologies highlights 5 ways mobility trends have expanded beyond BYOD to develop a highly productive and simplified business environment. http://www.fiercemobileit.com/story/infographic-beyond-byod-5-mobility-trends-impacting-business/2015-04-20
Text messaging is something that has become virtually ingrained in our DNA. Whether you’re a smartphone or feature phone user, text messaging is one of the most common ways for us to interact with each other, and now, a way to increase productivity in both our personal and business lives. In his article in WIRED, Kyle Vanhemert discusses the growing popularity of using chat/SMS as the ultimate user interface for applications to accomplish tasks such as shopping, itinerary changes, restaurant reservations, money transfers, and so much more. As a familiar and comfortable [...]
In the future, mobile apps will not only become the answer to many enterprise challenges such as: transparency, ease of audit, customers responsiveness, productivity, and more, they’ll also become a necessity for successful competitive positioning. This is why it is increasingly important for businesses to educate themselves on the proper ways to function on a mobile platform in order to see great return as they make the shift towards enterprise mobility. In her Enterprise App Tech article, author Mary Brittain-White explores this topic and more, offering insight into the [...]
The right mobile enterprise app can change everything for a company, and we believe that Bulletin could be that app for you. In this article, discover the five major barriers experienced by enterprises everywhere when attempting to maintain mobility throughout the corporate structure. From reliability to proper adoption, this article from IT Business Edge explores the most common roadblocks a company faces when attempting to integrate mobile solutions – and ways to overcome them. Read the full article here: http://www.itbusinessedge.com/slideshows/five-barriers-for-enterprise-mobility.html