Mobilizing the Enterprise : a Conceptual Model of Transformational Value and Enterprise Readiness

@inproceedings{Basole2005MobilizingTE,
  title={Mobilizing the Enterprise : a Conceptual Model of Transformational Value and Enterprise Readiness},
  author={Rahul C. Basole},
  year={2005}
}
Mobile enterprise initiatives are evolving from small projects focused on productivity improvements and cost savings to large-scale enterprise-wide strategic implementations that enable companies to gain and sustain competitive advantages. Despite its many potential benefits, however, widespread enterprise adoption of mobile solutions has not been as extensive as anticipated. This article explores the salient factors that lead to an enterprise’s decision to adopt mobile solutions and suggests… CONTINUE READING
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