It seems as though software providers today won’t make it unless they increase their mobile offerings. The idea that the workplace is limited to the office is now an almost archaic notion, and now efficiency-based software providers are looking at how mobile their product is.
A poll conducted by SkyDox, says that 72 per cent of respondents who are currently using Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems are considering deploying additional add-ons to extend the reach of their system. Furthermore, 77 per cent of companies would like their content to be available on mobile devices.
Eric Anderson, a partner at digital agency White Horse in Portland, Ore., has offered a few dos and don’ts when it comes to digital marketing; His number one suggestion is determining in the research stage “when customers use your mobile site, mobile apps, and the traditional desktop website.”
Major document management providers like Google Docs isn’t as mobile friendly as one would think, laments one blogger. Software like DocuWare, a document management software that converts files from various formats, only recently extended its mobile compatibility to include Blackberry 6 OS smartphones, as well as Android and Windows Phone 7.
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