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Customer-facing organizations across industries such as retail, finance, communications, and the public sector are under pressure to incorporate mobile solutions into their e-commerce strategy. From apps that proactively provide critical information to consumers to apps that digitalize paper processes, these organizations can create new business opportunities and deliver service excellence by merging connectivity and convenience.

This Webcast discusses mobile adoption trends, examples, and approaches for meeting these trends. Find the right proactive measures to bring your business up to speed with mobile commerce.

Visit the Mobile Thought Leadership Webcast Series with Bill Clark Web page to view all upcoming and on on-demand Webcasts for mobile thought leadership.


Featured Speaker

Bill Clark, Global Vice President, Mobile Strategy, SAP

.Bill joined SAP as Global Vice President, Mobile Strategy, in August 2012 from Gartner. At Gartner, Bill was a Research Vice President, responsible for Enterprise mobility strategies, Mobile Applications, Mobile Application Development, and Context Aware Computing. Bill received a Gartner Global Thought Leadership Award for his research on Context Aware Computing in January 2009, and was nominated for Global Analyst of the Year for 2010.