"It's not just about the money saved. The speed, the time, the accuracy...that kind of thing is improving and it's just a much cleaner system." said Dwight Seal, Western District Manager, North Carolina Department of Agriculture
If you've got team members in the field or on the go, the concept of mobile data capture is something that is probably top of mind. Whether you already have a solution in place or you're considering a change to your mobile data strategy, the challenge of collecting, accessing and reporting on offline information can seem like an uphill climb. You need a mobile solution that can pull in existing data from multiple enterprise data sources at one time, while allowing employees to access that data offline and keep it "fresh" so they're always working with the most up-to-date information available.
But how can you make it happen when connectivity is often a challenge and your team members are constantly making updates?
Today we live in a world in which firms in various types
of industries are adopting mobile technology to
facilitate business practices that allow for faster,
cleaner data capture & access, streamlined processes
and improved productivity for employees not
constrained by paper.
Mi-Co, the Mobile Information Software Company, a
13-year leader in Tablet solutions, has analyzed what
makes these projects successful and when they fail.
The summary of the analysis is that the majority of
Mobile Data Capture projects fail not due to
technology reasons, but primarily due to poor end user adoption, for a number of reasons detailed