Improved collaboration and communication set to drive global enterprise mobility market  


A new report from Transparency Market Research (TMR) suggests that the global enterprise mobility market will grow at a CAGR of 24.7 per cent between 2014 and 2022, growing from US$86.36 billion to US$510.39 billion by the end of the forecast period.

The report, titled ‘Enterprise Mobility Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2015 – 2022’, suggests that the global enterprise mobility market will be driven by factors such as improved collaboration and communication between various enterprises, enhanced operational efficiency and speed gains for enterprises, and the proliferation of handheld devices, coupled with the growing popularity of CYOD and BYOD policies.

enterprise-mobility-marketGrowing demand from enterprises for competitive advantages in enterprise operations and the surging need for effective data collection are factors that will drive the global enterprise mobility market in the forthcoming years, it states. A key focus area for most enterprises is enhanced operational speed and efficiency gains, which again will help to drive the enterprise mobility market.

The largest market in 2014 was for laptops, say the report, however it projects that the smartphones segment will expand robustly during the forecast period owing to the growing popularity of smartphones all over the world.

In terms of geography, North America holds the largest market share due to the presence of a large pool of mobile users in the workforce and continuous usage of enterprise mobility across a number of end-use industries. Europe and Asia Pacific follow.

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Gary Eastwood

Gary Eastwood has over 15 years of experience as a technology and business journalist and editor. He has held editorship positions on customer magazines for Microsoft, CSC, and EDF, as well as on B2B magazine Mobile Enterprise. He is the former Deputy Editor of Computer Business Review. In a freelance role, Gary has contributed numerous features and articles to a broad range of publications, including New Scientist, Computer Weekly, MIS, Marketing Week, Corporate Financier, Real Business, Wireless Business Review, and driven marketing communications projects for clients, such as Intel, the Confederation of British Industry, IBM, Logicalis, the Department of Trade & Innovation, and many others. Gary has written many white papers on a range of ITC subjects for Datamonitor. He is also an editorial photographer and business videographer, and has authored and ghost-written four books on photography. He is the Co-Director of EastwoodMiddleton Publishing, which provides contract/customer magazines for a growing list of clients, and publishes the B2B magazine for business leaders, Strategist.