Why usage, provisioning, and training should form the three pillars of your tablet strategy

Adam Bookman | January 26, 2012 | Mobile Strategy

Planning on deploying tablets in your organization? Great. Just make sure you make these three key decisions first as part of your tablet strategy.

It is no surprise, and it’s certainly not news that tablets are making their way into the Enterprise. Recent stats have indicated that over 90% of the Fortune 500 have either rolled out or are piloting the iPad. And by no means is the influx of tablets into businesses just limited to big companies.

Whether business have decided to purchase these devices for employees, or if they have a BYOD (Bring your own device) program, it’s clear that tablets have arrived.

It is quite amazing how quickly this has happened. There are some terrific use cases for tablets in business, and new ones are popping up every day. However despite the range of uses, from productivity improvements to quicker sales cycles to more loyal and satisfied customers, many companies have not discovered how to maximize the benefit of the iPad.

Read more of this article which was published at TabTimes.

Adam Bookman

Adam has been the brains behind many new product and program launches. He has advised companies on marketing strategies associated with new ideas, as well as worked with Fortune 500 companies in various capacities. Being a savvy marketer, with the ability to jump on new trends, he has helped companies make the most of new channels to reach the right audience. Previously, he has been involved in companies from a founding stage to successful exits. Adam can be reached at adam.bookman@propelics.com or on twitter at @adambookman.

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