Litebi Publishes Results of the 1st Study onTrends of Business Control in Mobile Devices
07/17/2012

Litebi has recently published a study on mobile intelligence: “Trends of Business Control in Mobile Devices”, in which the firm reveals that companies will miss business opportunities if they don’t have a mobile business application.

Online PR News – 17-July-2012 – Valencia – Litebi, the Cloud Computing Business Analytics Company, announces that the current business framework is ready for Mobile Intelligence. It is time to place reporting and analytics in the hands of decision-makers, wherever they are via their favorite mobile device.

During June, Litebi carried out the study “Trends of Business Control in Mobile Devices” using the following sources:

•Documentary research and recent studies on mobile trends.
•Interview with Litebi customers and partners to get to know their mobile intelligence needs.
•Public form: Trends about Business Control in Mobile Devices
•LinkedIn Poll.

As a tool for the data representation, analysis and interpretation, LiteExplorer has been used as part of the Cloud Computing Business Analytics platform of Litebi.

Some of the main conclusions found after making this study, outline that mobile business analytics applications will be accessible and available to a wider and more diverse work force.

On the poll launched in LinkedIn, where Litebi asked if they considered that mobile business applications could improve their business efficiency, 79% of participants answered favorably and 19% of the sample stated it could help to its business management.

One of the most relevant thoughts gathered from the survey, where 100% of participants strongly agreed, indicates that businesses will miss business opportunities if they don’t have a mobile business application.

Litebi, within its customer-focused culture, launched this study in order to understand current businesses needs so they are taken into consideration for the brand-new Mobile Business Application, LiteMobile, currently being developed by the company. The complete study has been published on their site where it can be downloaded for free.