White Paper: Vroozi
Mobile procurement represents a solution for organizations of all sizes and across all industries to better manage their spending environment anywhere, at any time, from any device So it critical to know which evaluation criteria your organization should look for.
To determine that evaluation criteria few questions every company must ask before deciding to implement mobile procurement, including:
How secure is your company data on mobile devices?
Does the application work on all devices?
How well does the application leverage the devices?
This Mobile Procurement Evaluation Guide is aimed at procurement and IT organizations in the process of developing a mobile strategy and selecting a procurement platform that can give their increasing mobile workforce continuous productivity.
In this guide, you will learn the thought process behind:
• Evaluating Mobile Procurement the right way to add value.
• Choosing the applications that best fit your organization.
• Leveraging Mobile Procurement the best way possible, to suit your company’s needs.
By: Aberdeen Group
Today, the challenge for many organizations is that the variety of data needed for many innovative analyses is often locked away within other functional areas. Even with the inherent value in traditional customer applications, presently most compelling insights are actually derived by combining multiple different types of disparate data. This whitepaper focuses specifically on the sales and marketing functions to understand how this approach can draw us closer to our customers and elevate business performance. Several common characteristics that helps to exploit the expanded variety of data: Propensity to share data Executive-level support Self-service data access
By: I-Sprint Innovations
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