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We continually talk about the speed and efficiency at which mobile technology is evolving, but we talk far less about the importance of a company’s internal reporting and analytics following suit.  When leveraged properly, comprehensive and timely data can provide keen insight into business processes, employee productivity and cost centers. This insight can enable a company to better position itself to achieve growth, and ultimately more success, in the shortest time possible.

Detailed reporting combines accurate and proactive data collection with comprehensive analytical methodologies to deliver a clear and precise perspective on specific aspects of your business. This actionable data then helps key decision makers shape the future operating environment to best achieve the highest quality product or service at a reasonable budget.

Reporting and Analytics in Mobility

As the technology world continues to evolve, so does underlying mobility technologies and related equipment (smartphones, tables, IoT devices).  From an employers’ perspective, the needs of a business can change almost as fast.  Today’s workers are always on the go, looking to transmit and receive info from anywhere on any devices. Additionally, since some businesses are seasonal in nature, with high mobility usage at some times of the year, but very low others.  Thus, corporate mobility program administrators can really benefit from having access to  near real-time data that can indicated lulls or spikes in usage, or key changes in available devices, plans or employee assignments that could impact their bottom line..

How Reporting Helps Businesses

The proper reporting and analytics delivered by an efficient vehicle such as an analytics dashboard can give you specific insight to help you more proactive manage you environment…and your costs.

  • Expedited Decision Making - Data makes decision making a much quicker process. Instead of working off of assumptions and deliberating over key business decisions for extended periods, reporting and analytics put the exact information you need in the palm of your hands when you need it, providing you with a full picture of your decision making environment. With this kind of data, decisions can be reached with less dialogue and more certainty.

  • Competitive Advantage - Using accurate reporting and analytics can give your business insights into the kind of technology you should pursue to keep your client base loyal. It can also help you better control costs, enabling you to invest in new initiatives when resources are limited. These kinds of insights give you a tangible advantage over those competitors who still employing more traditional methods of planning and forecasting.

  • Increased Efficiency - Without accurate data, your business decisions are made off assumptions about the capabilities and efficiencies of your costs and operations. Effective reporting and analysis can increase the efficiency of your business by providing critical insight into areas that can be accelerated, technologies that should be focused upon, and waste that can be eliminated.

  • Find New Revenue Sources - Reporting and analysis help your organization think in ways previously not done. It can help you expand the perspectives your business takes regarding the company product and vision. You may be able to identify points in the market that have not yet been exploited and develop new technology based on these opportunities.

No matter if your firm is a growing startup or a larger, established corporation, successful operations that result in a competitive advantage over other businesses are dependent upon your ability to obtain the most detailed, data driven insight into your business. Businesses need detailed information, like the reporting and analytics that vMOX provides as part of our service, in an easy to retrieve, user-friendly dashboard, so that information gathering takes only seconds as opposed to days.