Mobility Strategy

What Does Fire Emblem Heroes’ Performance Tell Us About The Success Of Nintendo’s Mobile Strategy?

By on Mar 3, 2017 in Mobility Strategy |

Friday, March 3, marks the global launch of Nintendo’s (OTCPK:NTDOY) $300 hybrid home console/portable Switch hardware. It’s a vital date in the veteran Japanese company’s battle to remain relevant in the $100 billion games market it once owned, but in which it now trails Sony (NYSE:SNE) and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT). Few people will think about...

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As Consumers ‘Shop With Their Thumbs,’ Mobile Strategies Needed

By on Mar 1, 2017 in Mobility Strategy |

Nitin Mangtani, founder and chief executive officer of mobile platform provider PredictSpring, noted that this past holiday shopping season was “record-breaking” for retail, with online sales breaking the $3 billion mark on Black Friday. Moreover, mobile commerce sales on that day exceeded $1 billion, which represented a 33 percent gain over the prior year. The...

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Critical mobile HR strategy essentials you can’t ignore

By on Feb 28, 2017 in Mobility Strategy |

Don’t let security, other essentials be afterthoughts Alarcon said organizations should perform security assessments so they understand how their mobile HR app will interact with other systems and what types of data they can safely deliver to mobile devices. Change management is also a critical consideration. Kai Petzelt, head of solution management for SAP...

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Nokia at Mobile World Congress: Delivering on its strategy to lead in 5G, IoT and cloud, tap new growth markets #MWC17

By on Feb 27, 2017 in Mobility Strategy |

26 February 2017 Barcelona, Spain – Nokia today outlined how the rapid execution of its new strategy is delivering industry-leading innovation for communication service providers in network speed, agility and efficiency, while broadening the company’s footprint in faster-growing areas including software and the utilities and transport markets. On the eve...

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Nokia’s Surprising Smartphone Strategy

By on Feb 26, 2017 in Mobility Strategy |

What’s Finnish for “when they go high, we go low?” As the world’s geekerati descend on Barcelona for Mobile World Congress 2017, there is an excitement in the digital air. The Nokia name is back. Europe’s former smartphone juggernaut has resurfaced, promising new handsets, the return of a familiar name and some serious competition for Apple, Samsung, and the rest of...

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