In our increasingly data-driven world, the need for timely access to actionable information can make the difference between business success and failure. The difficulty managing the data deluge, including social media, video, and explosive growth in unstructured data, is amplified by the concurrent increase in the number and variety of mobile devices that users demand for access and collaboration.
This TechBytes series, sponsored by Panasonic and produced by Slashdot Media, looks at the impact that data analytics has on an increasingly mobile workforce, why managing devices and analytics tools continues to vex many organizations, and what businesses should be doing now to address these challenges to remain competitive. We’ll also take a special look at industries that demand mobile computing in challenging environments, such as field services, transportation, logistics and manufacturing.
Viewers will learn:
- How and why investments in analytics continues to grow
- What impact analytics has on mobile workers including increased productivity
- How linking field workers with big data collection increases customer insights
- How enterprise industries such as field services, transportation and logistics, and manufacturing are being revolutionized by deploying mobile computing devices to its workforce
- How the right mobile strategy can drive productivity increases
- When ruggedizing a mobile workforce segment makes sense
- Managing mobility: in-house versus managed services
Don’t hesitate, register now for this TechBytes series to help ensure the intersection of mobility and data analytics brings business rewards to your organization.
About the presenter:
Jim Dempsey is a National Sales Manager at Panasonic where he focuses on developing and managing Panasonic's resellers and ISV partnerships. His team’s primary focus is on Panasonic’s Toughpad line of rugged handheld and tablet products. The team works closely with Panasonic’s field sales teams and partners to facilitate joint demand generation and focuses on verticals such as retail, logistics, manufacturing, transportation, utilities, public safety and federal sectors.