Mobile strategy

We offer mobile strategy consulting to help organizations navigate all facets of the enterprise mobility landscape. Backed with years of experience, our solutions team is equipped to assess your organization’s mobile readiness and can advise on topics like software and technology selection, or long-term hardware planning.

MOBILE STRATEGY

Lowe’s deployed 80,000 rugged Android devices for their new associate mobility program, but complaints of performance and outage plagued the project.

BlueFletch performed an analysis with stakeholders from all areas of the organization to ensure no concessions were made in meeting the needs of the business. We identified opportunities to streamline device servicing and demonstrated ways they could improve user experience via single sign-on.

Our process

When companies invest in software, tools and devices, they must do their due diligence and before pulling the trigger on their next mobile-related investment.

Throughout the process of implementing a POC, we work as an extension of your team helping you validate the value of a concept and test assumptions without a large investment.

Android Readiness Assessment

  • Shared device user experience and login
  • BYOD vs. Corp planning
  • Android readiness and enterprise best practices
  • Roadmap for app migration

Hardware Selection

  • Logical device hierarchy
  • Staging processes
  • External tools for automation
  • Enterprise integrations

Operational Planning

  • Network and security profiles
  • Application and config packaging
  • Role-based access layer
  • Analytics dashboards and reporting

Deployment Strategy

  • Fast, scalable staging process
  • 1-touch site aware configuration
  • Field rebuild process

“Day 2” Maintenance & Support

  • Phased rollout support
  • Prepare internal teams for support
  • Training and transfer of code base

Accelerate your mobile initiatives

LIBRARY

When history repeats itself: is Apple the new Microsoft?

Although Apple has done a great job catering to consumer needs, they are ignoring a segment of legacy enterprise mobile users.

With every new OS release, they are removing features that enterprises who develop internal apps need in order to be successful. And iOS 13 update to notifications is the tipping point...