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Dublin, OH, United States, 2008/03/22 - Glomark-Governan research analysts indicates that two of the largest economic benefits that companies can realize from implementing an IT Mobility initiative are Improved Employee Productivity and Increased Revenue from Increased Customer Attention.
A research study released today by Glomark-Governan research analysts indicates that two of the largest economic benefits that companies can realize from implementing an IT Mobility initiative are Improved Employee Productivity and Increased Revenue from Increased Customer Attention.
The two main risks of investing in IT mobility are the Risk of Losing Critical Business Information and Loss of Assets.
“We are very excited to share our findings. The results of this study clearly explain the adherent risks and economic value that companies may realize when investing in IT Mobility connectivity,” says Todd Whittier, U.S. Regional Director of Glomark-Governan.
After distributing a survey to over 250 companies worldwide, Glomark-Governan has identified the economic value and risks of investing in IT Mobility; specifically, the impact of using Laptops and PDAs with Internet connectivity.
To view the complete results of the study, including key benchmarking data, please visit the Glomark-Governan website, or contact the Glomark-Governan Regional Director near you.
Glomark-Governan (glomark.com) helps enterprises around the world by providing them with the methodology, training, consulting and software tools necessary to assess, communicate and measure the economic value of investments in technology and services initiatives. Glomark-Governan has enhanced and refined its Economic Value Creation (EVC™) methodology for more than a decade, bringing to market a proven, complete solution that allows companies to justify their solutions’ value, define operational and performance metrics, assess economic risk, and quickly create project-specific business cases.
For more information, please visit our website or contact the Glomark-Governan headquarters in Dublin, Ohio, USA