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This means today's corporations now have an easy and effective way to actively extend their core enterprise applications out to the mobile world; mobilizing not just data but entire business processes.
Over the past several years, Everypath has helped world-class customers, such as Bayer and Biogen, reap enormous benefits from mobilizing their sales, service and supply chain workforces.
It is a matter of activating a presently inoperative process of the mind, of locating it, of mobilizing it, of removing barriers to its activation.
Tuesday, November 14, 1:00 - 1:30 PM ET: Building the Business Case for Mobilizing Sales Data through a Successful Pilot Program
So a community dealt with an external threat by mobilizing its horizontal and vertical political relationships.
BOSTON -- Yankee Group is proud to present its first annual Mobilizing the Enterprise summit to be held on October 11 at the Seaport Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts.
A longtime customer of Vettro, Bell Mobility will present on a panel of industry experts including Vettro General Manager of Field Sales Pat Smith in a discussion on best approaches and advantages of mobilizing enterprise CRM and other enterprise systems.
Mobile Gas Service executive Bill Coffeen, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development, has been recognized by the Alabama Natural Gas Association as "Gas Man of the Year" for his leadership in coordinating and mobilizing a national effort that brought aid and humanitarian relief to communities and gas utilities affected by Hurricane Katrina along the Gulf Coast.
The Company is mobilizing a completion rig to re-enter Morskoe No.
Instead of mobilizing a militia, FDR had mobilized a group of policy specialists, many of them Hoover holdovers, a few days before to produce a workable plan to solve the banking crisis.
The system centers on rapidly mobilizing personnel from disparate commands into a unified, organized, highly effective disorder-control unit.