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Client portals are one of the first ways most clients interact with a business or organization, and their experience can greatly influence their perception of the company. For this reason, it's important to troubleshoot these common issues to create a seamless and user-friendly experience. Lacking or...

Over the past decade, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) has become vital to the success of many businesses by providing cloud-based computing. Salesforce is a prime example. By making it easy for salespeople to organize information about current and prospective clients, Salesforce has helped numerous companies manage their...

checking mobile app data Extending your team's productivity tools to the mobile space can be a game-changer in many ways. Your mobile workforce enjoys greater efficiency and convenience, while your back office team sees timely and accurate data capture. Win-win! How can you tell, though? Measuring enterprise mobility ROI needs careful thought and management.

Defining return on investment (ROI)

The first step is always to define the question. According to Merriam-Webster, ROI = (Net Profit / Cost of Investment) x 100. That's a great, basic definition. The next step is to figure out how to apply that definition to your specific enterprise mobile apps so you can determine your enterprise mobility ROI. Basically, you're measuring ROI for a tool. It's not a straightforward calculation like cost of goods sold for merchandise, after all. It can be done, though. Let's take a look at a few approaches that can give you insight into the value of your mobility investment.