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Enterprise Mobility in Life Sciences: Responding to Change and Transforming Healthcare Delivery


Life sciences enterprises are undergoing tremendous change on a number of fronts. Healthcare-related organizations involved in the life sciences industry are challenged more than ever with providing and ensuring continuous and effective supply and delivery of services, drugs, and equipment, and improving the quality of patient care. See how mobile technologies can help life sciences companies address today's trends and tomorrow’s challenges.

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Joint SAP-MolecularHealth Project to Improve Cancer Treatment


During the SAPPHIRE Now and SAP TechEd conference in Madrid, it was announced that MolecularHealth, a provider of clinico-molecular informatics, has signed a partnership with SAP to improve oncologists' efforts in enhancing the quality of treatment for cancer patients. By improving the decision-making process, oncologists will be able to provide better personalized treatments. The

mobile computing and life sciences  SAP HANA with cloud and mobile services is expected to bring a versatile and useful service for specialists and researchers. By providing accurate and timely information, real-time computing has a lot of potential within the life sciences for better diagnostics, prevention, and treatment. Read More

Reconnecting with a Tried-and-True Manufacturing ERP Vendor


What has QAD, a leading provider of enterprise applications for global manufacturing companies, been up to lately? TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic reconnects with QAD and looks at how the company has leveraged strategic channels, highly scalable solutions, and technology partnerships to address the unique requirements global manufacturers and maintain a competitive position in the global manufacturing ERP market.

mobile computing and life sciences  solution, and previewed its mobile computing strategy and direction for its BPM application. Last but not least, we launched QAD Enterprise Applications 2011 Enterprise Edition ( QAD 2011 EE ), which includes several enhancements for manufacturing, distribution, and financials. TEC: Has your market and competitive landscape changed as of late, and how? What trends have you noticed in the market? QAD: The industry has witnessed continuing consolidation across the ERP landscape, most recently with Read More

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MphasiS provides contact center services and business process outsourcing (BPO) services to Fortune 500 companies. Their contact centers in Bangalore and Pune, India offer English language support in an ISO 9001 certified environment. They also provide Spanish language solutions through their Tijuana, Mexico contact center facility. Mphasis Technologies mission is to provide services and solutions to organizations in the fields of research and development (R&D) and product development. Their offerings span nine industries and sciences of mobile, networking and telecom, industrial automation, computing platforms, automotive-telematics, consumer electronics, healthcare, life sciences, and radio frequency identification (RFID). They deliver their services through their "Technology Rental Lab" concept.  

mobile computing and life sciences  industries and sciences of mobile, networking and telecom, industrial automation, computing platforms, automotive-telematics, consumer electronics, healthcare, life sciences, and radio frequency identification (RFID). They deliver their services through their Technology Rental Lab concept. Read More

Siemens PLM Analyst Conference 2014—Blending Virtual and Real Worlds—Part Two


Last week on the TEC blog, TEC's P.J. Jakovljevic looked at the main themes of the Siemens PLM Conference 2014 he recently attended, including Siemens’ “realize innovation” strategy. Here are his thoughts regarding the rest of the conference, with a look at what’s new with “catalysts” and Teamcenter, and what else can be expected from the product lifecycle management (PLM) vendor in 2014 and beyond.

mobile computing and life sciences  be touch enabled for mobile devices. As one of many customer case study presentations, Daimler gave an interesting presentation on switching its CAD system from CATIA to NX. Such coups are rare at that level, and CATIA continues to grow in double digits, but most likely by finding new CAD customers in industries where NX and Creo are not that active, e.g., fashion, architecture, composite materials, etc. NX and Tecnomatix users should soon benefit from the capabilities coming from LMS mechatronic Read More

The Rise of Mobile Access to Your ERP Data


Mobile user access to enterprise resource planning (ERP) and other back-office systems has become a core requirement as organizations seek operational efficiency and deepening customer engagement. Without mobile access, system users are disadvantaged by needing to return to a desktop, often after a job is completed, to enter data relating to that job and get information about other jobs. Frequently that information is not entered at all, which becomes a further hindrance to user adoption of your ERP investment.

Mobile users increasingly are looking for ease of access to ERP information to perform their jobs on any device at any time. This requires the mobile solution to handle:

  • Different mobile devices and applications for different roles/jobs
  • Ability to be used by staff with limited computer or language skills, in adverse conditions
In this age of “bring your own device” (BYOD), mobile devices are affordable, mainstream, reliable, secure, and scalable to run multiple applications. We are now able to prove return on investments from those organizations that have implemented mobile solutions and developed BYOD policies. In today’s environment, mobile solutions are seen as core drivers of organizations pushing to gain operational efficiencies over their competitors. According to a recent report from Aberdeen Group, “enterprise mobile apps in 2013 are no longer ‘nice to have’—they’ve become essential enablers of organizational transformation, by increasing operational efficiency, accelerating time-to-decision, deepening customer engagement, and streamlining workflow processes.”

mobile computing and life sciences  Rise of Mobile Access to Your ERP Data Mobile user access to enterprise resource planning (ERP) and other back-office systems has become a core requirement as organizations seek operational efficiency and deepening customer engagement. Without mobile access, system users are disadvantaged by needing to return to a desktop, often after a job is completed, to enter data relating to that job and get information about other jobs. Frequently that information is not entered at all, which becomes a further Read More

Mobile Content and Document Management Best Practices and Decision Checklist


Every minute of every day, employees move business files onto their mobile devices so they can work at home, on the road, or at client sites. The result is the equivalent of a mobile scrum of risks, redundancies, and wasted efforts and resources. A result of the huge popularity of mobile phones and tablets and the bring your own device (BYOD) trend, the large number of mobile devices being used for work purposes and the large amount of associated content being moved with these devices means that businesses are at risk. Mobile device management provides a first defense, but it’s not enough—businesses need to lock down the content and documents with policy-based controls to decrease their level of risk and ensure comprehensive enterprise mobility management.

mobile computing and life sciences  business files onto their mobile devices so they can work at home, on the road, or at client sites. The result is the equivalent of a mobile scrum of risks, redundancies, and wasted efforts and resources. A result of the huge popularity of mobile phones and tablets and the bring your own device (BYOD) trend, the large number of mobile devices being used for work purposes and the large amount of associated content being moved with these devices means that businesses are at risk. Mobile device management Read More

Mobile BI: Features, Challenges, and Opportunities


What does your organization need to consider when adopting a mobile business intelligence (BI) or business analytics strategy? What are the enablers, challenges, and opportunities of a mobile BI strategy implementation? In this report, we explore considerations for deploying a mobile BI solution, how to leverage this type of platform to best advantage, and why a mobile BI/analytics solution can be a valuable asset for your company.

mobile computing and life sciences  consider when adopting a mobile business intelligence (BI) or business analytics strategy? What are the enablers, challenges, and opportunities of a mobile BI strategy implementation? In this report, we explore considerations for deploying a mobile BI solution, how to leverage this type of platform to best advantage, and why a mobile BI/analytics solution can be a valuable asset for your company. Read More

The 7 Key Factors in Choosing a Mobile Device Management Solution


Managing an increasingly mobile workforce has become one of the most challenging and important responsibilities for IT departments. Users want freedom of choice when it comes to the smartphones and tablets they use, yet added freedom can bring added risks in security. This paper examines criteria for mobile device management (MDM) solutions, including support for multiple platforms and a high degree of security and management.

mobile computing and life sciences  Factors in Choosing a Mobile Device Management Solution Managing an increasingly mobile workforce has become one of the most challenging and important responsibilities for IT departments. Users want freedom of choice when it comes to the smartphones and tablets they use, yet added freedom can bring added risks in security. This paper examines criteria for mobile device management (MDM) solutions, including support for multiple platforms and a high degree of security and management. Read More

A Day in the Life of the Mobile Worker


Working remotely, on mobile devices, and in a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) environment means that in a typical day, employees require secure mobile access to all kinds of networks and information. This document outlines the mobility approach of Pulse Secure—a provider of access and mobile security solutions. The company looks at some typical daily processes a mobile worker will encounter, including working from home, checking e-mail while traveling, and accessing a corporate network from a personal device.

mobile computing and life sciences  the Life of the Mobile Worker Working remotely, on mobile devices, and in a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) environment means that in a typical day, employees require secure mobile access to all kinds of networks and information. This document outlines the mobility approach of Pulse Secure—a provider of access and mobile security solutions. The company looks at some typical daily processes a mobile worker will encounter, including working from home, checking e-mail while traveling, and accessing a Read More

Beware: are Your Company's Mobile Devices Managed properly?


Learn how a mobile device management and security solution can protect your company from security breaches due to loss, theft, or employee misuse, ...

mobile computing and life sciences  are Your Company''s Mobile Devices Managed properly? Beware: are Your Company''s Mobile Devices Managed properly? Beware! Mobile devices may be great for increasing productivity, but they also introduce unique management and security issues. Learn how a mobile device management and security solution can protect your company from security breaches due to loss, theft, or employee misuse, in Why Managing Mobility Matters . You''ll discover why managing the mobile world is so dramatically different from Read More

Mobile Workforce Management Strategies: The Future of Strategic Mobile Workforce & Expense Managemen


The by-product of a changing economy, increasingly mobile and remote workforces are fueled by the proliferation of high-speed networks. This white paper outlines how to best manage a rapid transition to work environments that support a global, mobile, and remote workforce, making the best of their skills and maintaining their identification with the organization, its culture, and its goals.

mobile computing and life sciences  The Future of Strategic Mobile Workforce & Expense Managemen The by-product of a changing economy, increasingly mobile and remote workforces are fueled by the proliferation of high-speed networks. This white paper outlines how to best manage a rapid transition to work environments that support a global, mobile, and remote workforce, making the best of their skills and maintaining their identification with the organization, its culture, and its goals. Read More

Eight Steps to Going Mobile


Going mobile has become a growing trend, with many businesses reaching well beyond the use of cellular phones as their only lines of communication. Why? Because these businesses realize that linking the mobile workforce with the enterprise and its data resources—using mobile applications—is key to enhancing productivity, profitability, and customer satisfaction. Choosing the right devices, however, can be very challenging.

mobile computing and life sciences  Steps to Going Mobile Going mobile has become a growing trend, with many businesses reaching well beyond the use of cellular phones as their only lines of communication. Why? Because these businesses realize that linking the mobile workforce with the enterprise and its data resources—using mobile applications—is key to enhancing productivity, profitability, and customer satisfaction. Choosing the right devices, however, can be very challenging. Read More

Market Focus Report: The Value of Mobile and Social for CRM


Nucleus Research surveyed 223 CRM decision makers to analyze the benefits of adding mobile device access and social capabilities to CRM. Respondents included small, medium, and large enterprises using both on-demand and on-premise CRM applications. Results show that adding mobile access and social collaboration to CRM delivers significant benefits to organizations. See why you should consider mobile and social CRM adoption.

mobile computing and life sciences  Report: The Value of Mobile and Social for CRM Nucleus Research surveyed 223 CRM decision makers to analyze the benefits of adding mobile device access and social capabilities to CRM. Respondents included small, medium, and large enterprises using both on-demand and on-premise CRM applications. Results show that adding mobile access and social collaboration to CRM delivers significant benefits to organizations. See why you should consider mobile and social CRM adoption. Read More