Are your enterprise mobile devices really saving you time and money?
The real value in enterprise mobile technology is in automating processes that involve content using mobile devices. When important company documents can be accessed from anywhere, anytime, you save both time and money.
Many organizations have rolled out new mobile devices such as tablets and smart phones, but haven’t really figured out how to manage them. Though they may have security and device management figured out with MDM, these devices really thrive on content.
Do users have mobile access to critical content in your organization? Have you found any key use cases or processes where mobile devices are really making a difference? Is incident processing and complaint submission made easy from the field?
Alfresco turns mobile devices into productivity tools by enabling content access and process automation, which can in turn lead to a measurable ROI on mobile for your organization. With Alfresco, you can automate paper-based processes while keeping content secure – whether it’s in the cloud or behind your firewall.
"With Alfresco, we’ve gone from a paper-based process to a completely automated process that makes performing Standard Operating Procedure management painless. SOPs are no longer held up waiting for approval signatures. Alfresco offers us a platform that is scalable and can grow to fit our ongoing document management needs."
- Scott Wirth, Director of Programming and Technology Services, PhenoPath Laboratories
"Following the successful deployment of ECM within UK Power Networks, associates and stakeholders now have secure, timely access to accurate, trusted content at the point of need"
- Gillian Higgins, Head of IS Projects, UK Power Networks
Alfresco In Action
Phenopath automated previously paper-based processes with iPads and Alfresco. The company saw a 96% improvement in on-time completion of Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) documents and completely eliminated a data re-entry step, greatly reducing the risk of non-compliance.
Molecular Neuroimaging (MNI) automated paper-based processes with Ricoh eQuill tablets and Alfresco. With Alfresco, the company pushed standards-based PDF forms to tablets, captured data in forms and then extracted them, ensuring users always have up-to-date information.
University of Creative Arts implemented an out of the box Alfresco solution that provides knowledge workers with easy access to organization documents through mobile devices. With Alfresco, users have support for any device and the ability to scale across multiple locations.
City of Denver implemented a fully-customized mobile solution for case management and Peoplesoft Integration. The city has been able to migrate from Documentum, while creating a whole new mobile experience for their citizens including an iPad app to report neighborhood issues like dogs barking and potholes.