Mobility management has become a staple in enterprise organizations. Gone are the days when mobility management referred to just device management and IT would lock down devices to protect company data from being leaked.

Now, mobile devices are enterprise tools that organizations want to enable, not restrict. Instead of buying a solution to check a box and meet compliance, enterprise organizations are learning that mobility management can make a difference in employees’ productivity.

Ovum Research conducted a case study with Worldpay — a global leader in payments processing technology and solutions for merchant customers — that outlines the steps they took to mobilize their workforce and the reasons they chose Citrix XenMobile as the platform to solve their EMM problems. The study provides recommendations and lessons learned that can help you take the first step in enabling a mobile way of working with enterprise mobility management.

Recommendations include:

  1. Getting organization leaders involved early to make enterprise mobility management a collaborative motion. Leaders can help educate employees and emphasize the need for a system and how it works to improve adoption and ultimately business success.
  2. Understanding employees’ behaviors and needs. Once established, organizations can create a plan that will empower employees and make them more productive. This will also help narrow vendors that meet an organization’s specific needs.
  3. Communicating with employees. Organizations must communicate policies for employees to understand the importance of a mobility initiative.

Read How Worldpay enabled a mobile workforce with enterprise mobility management for Worldpay’s experience with enterprise mobility to reduce infrastructure complexities and enable employees and why they chose Citrix XenMobile over Good Technology and VMware AirWatch to mobilize their workforce.

For more information on how you can partner with Citrix for enterprise mobility management visit: www.citrix.com/xenmobile.

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