It seems like everyday we read some headline about the digital age taking stronger and stronger hold – if it isn’t how many iOS devices are selling versus how many Android then it’s the debate over the decline of PC sales showing how much we are spending on mobile devices.
Avoka recently announced our intention to focus on the emerging Transaction Experience Management (TxM) market. This post is one of several posts that discuss TxM and the business drivers behind it.
The overall smartphone market doubled from Q4 2009 to Q4 2010 and almost 300 million of them were sold in 2010. Google Android saw 615% of that Q4 growth. What does this mean for Apple versus Android and the smartphone race in general? What’s coming next in the enterprise world with regards smartphones? Continue reading
Technology companies have been talking about the dawning of the age of the mobile worker for some time, but the reality is that it is already here. International Data Corporation (IDC) has estimated that by the end of 2010 there will be more than “1 billion mobile workers”. Devices like smartphone and tablets have become cheaper and more powerful, the user interfaces richer and the speed of mobile internet (like 3G) has become quicker, the time is now for the wide spread adoption of Field Mobility applications. Continue reading