LONDON, April 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
The pace at which mobile technology is advancing carries huge potential for many organizations, particular those operating in utility, logistics, distribution, retail and FMCG sectors.
Companies such as Walmart, UPS and GE; three of the world's largest enterprises have announced huge financial gain from exploiting mobile technologies within their businesses.
Alan Bakhtash, VP of IT at United Postal Service recently said he has seen a huge growth in productivity of employees from the use of technologies such as fleet management and automated workforce management solutions.
GE's CIO, Vince Campisi, has spearheaded an innovative approach to exploiting mobile technologies throughout the enterprise, by developing an M2M and IoT strategy, attempting to excel in this area before fellow competitors.
Gibu Thomas, SVP of Mobile at Walmart also quoted that by enabling a more mobile environment for all employees and customers at the largest company in the world is a challenge, but one they are moving forward with successfully.
Bakhtash, Campisi and Thomas will be discussing how they've achieved these business results at the Enterprise Mobility Exchange on June 25-26 in Maryland. Further speakers include the likes of PepsiCo, Philips and Molina Healthcare, who will be sharing their knowledge and advice on how to become a market leader through the power of mobile technology.
Ash Rashid, Research Director for the Enterprise Mobility Exchange comments: "The forums we host are so well received as only 60 strategic IT leaders from Fortune500 enterprises are invited to attend. The response for the June meeting is already overwhelming with expectations set to be exceeded once again".
This research has been released ahead of the Enterprise Mobility Exchange in Maryland (June 25 -26). For more information about this exclusive forum, click here to download the full agenda: http://bit.ly/1m6esQy
For more information on the Enterprise Mobility Exchange please visit http://www.enterprisemobilityexchange.com/PR or contact Kira Stancliffe, Marketing Manager, Enterprise Mobility Exchange at firstname.lastname@example.org on +44(0)207-368-9484.
SOURCE IQPC Exchange