Industry Report Launches
Posted: 01.24.05 - By Eric Zeman

The Mobile Enterprise Outlook is a new industry report targeting IT professionals who are engaged, or need to become engaged in rolling out wireless voice and data systems for their fleet of mobility workers. This publication is being produced as a joint venture of Mobile Enterprise Magazine and Andrew Seybold's Outlook 4Mobility.

Each quarter’s issue will contain highly relevant articles about what is real today, what is on the horizon and what you can do to take advantage of making your mobility work force(s) more productive. The report will concentrate on the intersection of wireless technologies and mobile computing. It will be written in plain language, devoid of hard to understand technobabble, and full of timely articles.

Andrew Seybold, who heads Outlook 4Mobility, has been conducting courses in wireless voice and data implementations for many years. His long running, day long series: Wireless Data University, has been held the day prior to both CTIA events for the past seven years and for the past two years he has also been involved in The Wireless Experience, a company devoted to training the wireless operators sales representatives who call on IT professional in North America.

Each Quarter Mr. Seybold will be providing articles based on this experience as well as from his consulting practice. You will receive practical, unbiased information covering such subjects as how to calculate a Return on Investment (ROI), what questions to ask of your vendors, how to establish a working relationship with your vendor (s), how to get the best pricing, how to get started, and how to determine the success of your mobility installations.

In addition there will be articles based on successful wireless data implementations, including lessons learned which will help you avoid some of the technology and business pitfalls made by the “early adaptor” community. And, of course, this new publication is also a “must read” for wireless and mobile computer vendors, device manufacturers, as well as the software development community.


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