When we conduct research at ESG, we are always inquiring about the sources of information that are most useful in helping to learn about, research, and evaluate technology products and services. “Interaction with peers” constantly tops the list, and was well reflected in the caliber of attendees at the Enterprise Mobility Exchange event I recently attended in Las Vegas. The majority of the event is dedicated to peer interaction, but attendees also receive 1-on-1 time with participating vendors. It’s an ideal way to “speed date” over several days to learn about new market innovation, potential resolutions to top challenges, and even get a glimpse into some roadmap discussions. The event is a win-win scenario for me as well, as I slice time between IT conversations and listen to fascinating discussions regarding business challenges and mobility success stories.
The primary takeaway was that mobility remains complex, and incorporates multiple pieces of technology, internal organizational alignment, and flexible business processes. Here are a few of the highlights.