Mobile devices are integral to how we work, especially for frontline employees in fields like transportation and logistics, field services, retail, manufacturing, and more. But those same devices that improve productivity can be a distraction—or even a safety hazard—if they're used at the wrong times. Consider—for example—a delivery driver who's paying more attention to a phone than the road while driving.
With contextual mobile device management, you can solve for this and significantly improve worker safety and lower liability by setting rules for use based on factors like location and time of day. As an added bonus, productivity also increases when devices are only used when it's appropriate.
In this episode, Joe Boyle, CEO of Truce Software, and Kip Wagner, Chief Revenue Officer at Stratix, talk through how contextual mobile device management works and give specific use cases and real-world examples of how it's improving safety and productivity for companies.
Stratix has partnered with VDC Research to survey 250 prominent IT decision-makers in an effort to understand how they adapted their mobile technology programs to this dramatic shift and to gain valuable insights on their investments and larger strategic initiatives going forward.