Mobile Supply Chain Management Solutions Market Insight

2015 Feedback from North American Businesses

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This market insight summarizes and analyzes survey respondents' preferences and plans regarding mobilized supply chain management (MSCM) offerings. The Frost & Sullivan survey was conducted in mid-2015 and asked mobile and wireless decision-makers in the U.S. and Canadian companies about their MSCM deployment plans and barriers to adoption. Current MSCM users were queried about their preferred implementation process, satisfaction with the solution, and positive business impacts. This insight also includes a macro view of the North American mobile worker application market and current preferences regarding strategic mobility partners.

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Mobile Supply Chain Management Solutions Market InsightExecutive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)2015 Survey Design2015 Mobile Enterprise Applications Survey2015 Mobile Enterprise Applications Survey (continued)A Macro View of the North American Mobile Worker App MarketMobile Worker Applications—Current Deployment Levels in the North American Business SectorMobile Worker Applications—Current Deployment Levels by Company SizeMobile Worker Applications—Current Deployment Levels by CountryMobile Worker Applications—Planned New Deployments During 2015–2016Mobile Worker Applications—Planned New Deployments by Company SizeMobile Worker Applications—Current Deployment Levels by CountryMobile Employee-facing Software Applications DiscussionCurrent and Planned Deployment of Mobile Supply Chain Management SolutionsMobile Supply Chain Management—Current Deployment Plans in the North American Business SectorMobile Supply Chain Management—Current Deployment Plans by Company SizeMobile Supply Chain Management—Current Deployment Plans by CountryDeployment Plans DiscussionCurrent and Planned ImplementationsBarriers to MSCM ImplementationBarriers to Implementation for Disinterested BusinessesBarriers to Implementation for Disinterested Businesses, by Country and Company SizeBarriers to Implementation for “Planners”Barriers to Implementation for Planners, by Country and Company SizeBarriers to Implementation DiscussionThe MSCM Implementation ProcessDegree of Implementation ComplexityDegree of Implementation Complexity, by CountryDegree of Implementation Complexity, by Company SizeImplementation Complexity DiscussionCurrent User Satisfaction and MSCM Business ImpactsCurrent User Satisfaction with Mobile SFA SolutionsCustomer Satisfaction, by CountryCustomer Satisfaction, by Company SizeCustomer Satisfaction, by Company SizeCustomer Satisfaction, by Company SizeTop Business Impacts by Country and Company SizeBusiness Impacts DiscussionChoosing a Strategic Mobility PartnerPreferred Strategic Mobility PartnersPreferred Mobility Partners, by Company SizePreferred Mobile Applications Partner DiscussionMobile Applications Partner Selection CriteriaMobile Applications Partner Selection Criteria, 2014 versus 2015 RankingsMobility Partner Selection Criteria by Company SizeMobility Partner Selection Criteria DiscussionThe Last WordThe Last WordLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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