SAN JOSE, Calif. (PRWEB) March 9, 2007
What: It is the beginning of the mobile mainstream -- 40% of the workforce will be mobile in 2007. Executives from GE, Hitachi Data Systems and RIM will gather for a panel on real-world challenges and opportunities encountered in the path to mobility. Moderated by Khristen Chapin of Integrated Solutions magazine, the panel features enterprises at various stages of mobile adoption discussing practical issues surrounding their experiences.
This is the first event of the "Mobile Enterprise Dialogue" series, sponsored by Vettro. Vettro is a global leader in mobile on-demand applications and is trusted by over 200 of the world's most successful field sales and service organizations. Vettro is scheduling other panel events throughout the year in Chicago, New York and Washington D.C. for executives at global organizations to share best practices in mobile computing.
For the complete schedule of the Vettro "Mobile Enterprise Dialogue" series, visit http://www.vettro.com/news/events.html.
Vettro is the preferred mobile application provider of Global 2000 businesses. Geared to the execution-oriented needs of today's mobile worker, the award winning Vettro 360 suite of applications make it easy for workers to do a better job faster, wherever they are. Backed by premier carrier, device, and Independent Software Vendor partners, Vettro's suite of mobile applications keeps field service, IT helpdesk, pickup and delivery, and sales workers stay productive at close to 300 leading enterprises including Bell Mobility, BostonCoach, Carillion, Carey Limousines, Cigna, Clemson University, Cytyc, General Electric, Hitachi Data Systems, Honeywell, Mac-Gray, Merrill Lynch, SuperShuttle, and YRC Worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.vettro.com.