The 2015 Connecticut Mobile Summit is a mobile enterprise end user conference dedicated to peer to peer exchange on the opportunities and challenges of mobility solutions. Connecticut’s leading edge companies (emerging and established) will share their experience implementing mobility solutions to improve productivity, enhance revenue and provide better customer service. Whether your company is exploring mobility from a strategy, operations, marketing or MIS perspective, the 2015 Connecticut Mobile Summit is the premier event for mobile end user networking and education
Global mobile data demand CAGR 57% 2014-2019 and US mobile data demand grew at 120% 2014.Source: Cisco Visual networking Index: Mobile data demand
Mobile enterprise business application revenues are projected to double from $31 billion to $61 billion by 2018.Source: Strategy Analytics December 2013 Global Mobile Enterprise Business Application revenues
70% of mobile workers will be using tablets by 2017.Source: Gartner
In three to five years any enterprise that has not implemented mobility solutions for its customers, employees, and suppliers will be leapfrogged, disintermediated or go bankrupt. Connecticut cannot afford to be behind this curve.
-- Brenda Lewis, Principal, Transactions Marketing
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Erik Linask, Group Editorial Director, TMC
Our emerging companies have fewer solutions deployed so we will hear a mix of single customer and multiple customer mobility solutions. The presentations will include outlining the problem addressed, the goal, timeframe, vendor selection, implementation issues (things like training, pilots, etc), costs and returns. Panelists will share lessons learned, unintended consequences and "what they might do differently" to kick off Q&A.
The established CT company panel will showcase a successful customer, supplier or employee facing mobility solution. This will include outlining the problem addressed, the goal, timeframe, vendor selection, implementation issues (things like training, pilots, etc), costs and returns. Panelists will share lessons learned, unintended consequences and "what they might do differently" to kick off Q&A.
Sponsorships are available at a variety of levels for organizations to take a more active role in the event. There will be ample opportunities to engage in the expo area and the educational programming rooms.
For information on exhibiting at or sponsoring, Joe Fabiano @ 203-852-6800 ext.132