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MFC 2016: Mobile Business Transformation is Easier than You Think

March 31, 2016

Over the past several years, mobility has transformed every aspect of our personal and professional lives — and the possibilities continue to grow exponentially. Businesses of every size, from local coffee shops to global enterprises, have realized tremendous benefits such as faster operations, lower costs, better customer service, and happier employees — all thanks to mobile technology.

For many organizations, achieving the next level of mobile transformation may seem daunting. Maybe you see other companies moving beyond mobile email and BYOD and achieving truly impressive results through mobility. Have you ever wondered how they’re doing it? The truth is that it might be easier than you think.

Join us at Mobile First Conference this year to learn more.

Here’s how to find out: 

Come to the Business Transformation Zone at the upcoming 2016 Mobile First Conference.

In “the zone,” you’ll hear first-hand how your peers have successfully deployed mobile apps and devices to transform their business. You’ll meet business leaders from a range of global industries including automotive, finance, healthcare, hospitality, and more.

Here’s a sample of some of the customers that will be presenting their mobile transformation stories.

  • Atlantic Aviation
  • citizenM
  • General Electric
  • Heineken
  • Pacific Gas & Electric
  • ING Bank
  • Netherlands Ministry of Defense
  • Netherlands Tax Authority
  • Volkswagen Group of America

Each session will offer networking opportunities with peers and Q&A with MobileIron experts. You’ll learn from mobility leaders how to overcome challenges and leverage industry best practices to speed your transformation. There’s no other place like it, so don’t miss out!

View the full 2016 Mobile First conference agenda and register here.

Jay Bhansali

Jay Bhansali, Product Marketing

About the author

Jay is a member of the global product marketing team at MobileIron and is responsible for Access - MobileIron’s cloud security portfolio. Prior to MobileIron, Jay worked at Cisco and has close to ten years of enterprise security experience, working with organizations ranging from start-ups to large multinationals, helping them secure their networks, devices, and cloud services.

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