Mobile phone manufacturers are working towards carbon neutrality, lower emissions and recycling. As a sustainability manager, you can help your organisation make an impact by taking a holistic approach to the lifecycle of your employees’ mobile phones.
Mobile phones are rarely a company’s highest cost. So why let them take up so much of your finance department’s time? In a recent survey, Gartner highlights that having the right digital systems in place allows you to automate more processes – and gives the company more control.
Few know better than HR how quickly unequal treatment can lead to employee dissatisfaction. That’s why HR departments always strive to have efficient systems that treat employees equally and automate routine tasks – including when it comes to ordering and distributing employees’ smartphones.
The business structure and goal settings of most of today’s enterprises hinder the digitalization journey every company has to implement in reality. That stems from the understanding that digital devices are only accruing costs while many businesses still do not perceive mobile and digital devices as a stepping-stone on which to build digitalization upon.
Shifting towards enterprise mobility is a lasting trend that affects any department and business, including your HR team. Mobile devices are everywhere, becoming an integral part of our daily routine both at work and at home.
No universal solution or tool that resolves every challenge you face has ever been created. The agile methodology is focusing on the success of each separate sprint that could give you a false sense of progress.
A critical success factor for any digital transformation initiative is to create a cross-functional organization where IT and business units collaborate towards a common goal.
Companies claim to be consumer-centric. At the same time, we hear that employee expectations to work with mobile enabled modern tools at hand are not met today.
Initial software development costs are low compared to costs for maintenance and updates
Agile app development is gaining increasing popularity replacing the traditional waterfall model in many projects. The latest version of iOS SDK by SAP is one example of an environment in which software development teams can deliver agile app projects with great success.
Organizations have to cope with requirements in regard to product or service development on a daily basis. The same applies to the launch of new business activities or enhancement of existing products or services. That is why businesses need to have the tools to identify and sort those requirements that bring highest value to the market. Moreover, you should be quick in analyzing the requirements if you are to develop and deploy a product within a reasonable timeframe to be competitive.