Webinar: Developing Strategies for Enabling the Mobile Workforce
Submitted by admin on Thu, 04/03/2014 - 10:01
About the Presenter
Thursday, April 17, 2014
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM CDT
According to the Yankee Group 38% of American workers are already part of the mobile workforce, and that number is going to grow exponentially. Creating strategies to enable the mobile workforce is critical to enabling productivity of the modern workforce. Organizations need systems, processes, and managers who can manage the growing mobile workforce effectively. The webinar will discuss important factors in creating a mobile strategy with E-Learning Symposium 2014 panelist Marcus Turner.
After completing this session, attendees will leave with a thorough understanding of:
- Aligning mobile strategy with organizational strategy
- Key triggers that drive a mobile strategy
- How to get started on developing your mobile strategy
- Measuring and driving ROI from a mobile strategy
About the Presenter
Marcus Turner, CTO at Atomic Axis
Marcus Turner is the CTO of Atomic Axis, an Austin, Texas based Mobile Development Company. He is an accomplished architect with a successful strategies track record in the planning and delivery of developing enterprise wide solutions. His background includes the development of critical systems architectures and transformation strategies resulting in increased operational efficiency and dramatic cost reduction.
Helping others achieve more than they could alone by solving complex problems are core to Marcus’ nature. He has a fundamental belief that technology solutions can be simplified and communicated using a common language which enables a superior customer engagement model. These combined beliefs drove the establishment of a successful consulting organization and now a unique mobile development company.
Learn more about Marcus at http://www.atomicaxis.com/team
This topic is presented as a joint effort of the E-Learning Council (ELC) and Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) as part of DIR’s Technology Today Series (TTS). DIR will award one hour of continuing education credit.