When it comes to implementing mobile technologies at your company, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach. Over the years, there are four distinct methods of deploying mobile solutions in the enterprise that have emerged: BYOD, CYOD, COPE, and CLEO.
Download this whitepaper to learn what BYOD, CYOD, COPE, and CLEO mean, what are the benefits and challenges with each approach, and what are the best practices that other Life Sciences companies employ with managing mobility.
When you’re thinking about what applications need to be mobile, you might be tempted only to include those which are customer-facing. ERP doesn’t often fall into that category – it helps companies manage business processes and back-office functions. So, choosing a mobile ERP is a waste of time, right?
Wrong – mobile ERP solutions are vital to your firm. They’re not just a nice-to-have app; they can actually help your organization to increase productivity, function more efficiently, and boost revenue.
Download this whitepaper to learn the benefits, challenges, risks, and best practices of mobile ERP.
When you first purchased your ERP system, you believed that it would transform the way you did business. Your ERP system would make you more efficient and competitive. A number of years have gone by – do you still feel that way?
Chances are that you probably don’t, and many of the system’s users share your sentiments. One of the biggest reasons for your change of heart is because your ERP system has limited functionality. Read on to learn why your ERP’s limited functionality is holding your business back, and why it’s a good time to switch to a new ERP system.
Clinical trials are meant to determine whether devices, medications, or other developments in the medical field are safe for public use. These developments are at the cutting edge of the field, yet frequently, the trials to test their safety don’t incorporate the latest technologies (such as mobility).
There are reasons that companies have been leery of implementing mobile technologies in mobile trials: they’re concerned about regulatory issues, patient adherence, and cost. However, with the adoption of best practices, firms should no longer be concerned about using mobile technologies during regulatory trials.
Clinical trials are long, costly, and generally a huge undertaking for companies. Mobile devices can change that – they enable patients to participate remotely, saving money and time. That being said, mobile devices present some risks. Those risks can be mitigated, though. Read on to learn the risks of using mobile devices during clinical trials and how to mitigate them.