The Indian enterprises are making policies around trending mobility and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), along with allocating budgets up to Rs 10 crore for these. This is aimed at boosting employee productivity and the overall growth of the company.
This is concluded in a study by CMR and Blackberry.
The Indian Enterprise Mobility is at the top priority for the organizations, with 71% of companies either already having a mobility policy or into the process of drafting one.
Also, 62% of companies see control of devics and 76% see data security as the key requriemetns for the implementation of mobility solutions.
The survey included 407 IT heads throughout industries and was conducted to measure the needs and opportunities in the enterprise mobility marketplace of India.
About 66% of participants concluded that the mobility solutions help companies in the collection of real-time data and reporting by mobile workforce, while 56% believed that it helps in reducing the paper work, expenses and administration time.
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