How the Managed Mobility Services Market Could Change Your Business

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In a recently released report, Future Market Insights (FMI) forecasted “a healthy growth rate in the next five years” for the global managed mobility services (MMS) market.

MMS includes the management of smartphones, tablets and other mobility services that organizations use to carry out their day-to-day operations. MMS solutions and services provide companies with mobile service management, device and system management and sourcing and logistics management.

The growth of this market, according to FMI, is due in part to the fact that companies are finally understanding how this outsourcing can benefit them.

How Does the Managed Mobility Services Market Impact the Way Your Organization Does Business?

According to the “Managed Mobility Services Market by Solution – Global Forecast to 2019” report published by MarketsandMarkets (M&M), the MMS market is “at its growing stage and is expected to rise considerably due to the enhancement and innovation of technology in this sector.”

In the report, M&M described several factors contributing to the growth of the MMS market, including:

  • The high adoption of advanced technologies in organizations;
  • Increased demand for BYOD to allow employees to access business information through their personal devices from anywhere;
  • A desire to access needed information immediately and without delay; and
  • A desire to increase profitability and gain a competitive advantage by enhancing customer experiences and improving customer service through the use of mobile devices and applications.

The issue that many organizations are struggling with, however, is how to preserve privacy and protect sensitive information when it is being accessed through those mobile devices.

Keeping Productivity High and Costs Low

To address this issue, many companies are turning to MMS solutions and services to help them manage their BYOD programs without increasing operational costs.

The M&M report also found that the increased demand for managed services is leading MMS providers to develop solutions and provide them to companies through a third party. The proliferation of the cloud as a cost-effective deployment model has also encouraged providers to offer MMS solutions to large enterprises as well as SMBs.

So what advantages are there for organizations considering a managed mobility solution?

  • It has an easier and more cost-effective implementation.
  • There’s no need to increase internal IT staff, who are not only expensive, but hard to find.
  • Organizations have access to regularly updated tech and security.
  • Enterprises gain the ability to offload certain IT tasks to providers with more expertise.
  • There’s more time to focus on core competencies rather than worrying about IT interruptions.
  • Cost-effective, subscription-based models save money when compared to hefty upfront implementation costs.
  • Internal IT staff are freed up from ongoing monitoring and security updates to focus on more important issues.

Navigating Today’s Mobile Workplace

Today’s leading companies are turning to managed services because of the advantages they offer over keeping everything in house. Even if your organization is wary of outsourcing functions, it’s important to remember that using a managed mobility services provider doesn’t require you to completely give up control of your IT assets. On the contrary, most MMS solutions are fully customizable — giving you control over which functions you will outsource versus those you will continue to handle in-house.

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Katie Daggett is owner and chief content strategist of KD Copy & Content. She is an agency-caliber copywriter with more than 15 years' experience in marketing communications and specializes in creating exceptional B2B and B2C marketing content. Katie has worked with clients big and small in a variety of industries, writing everything from direct mail pieces to television ad campaigns. She's learned what it takes to write an effective headline or email subject line, how to engage readers emotionally so that they keep reading and encourage them to take the next step with a strong call to action. Today, Katie specializes in writing SEO website copy and online marketing content directly for client companies. She is passionate about helping B2B and B2C marketers create content that generates more leads and convert those leads into sales.

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