Driving Enterprise Mobility Performance Series
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Chapter 4: Elemez™ at Work
B2M’s Elemez is transforming enterprise mobility today. This whitepaper looks at Use Cases for Elemez in topical areas, showing how the toughest mobility challenges are being tackled.
Use Case: Eliminating Mobile Battery Headaches with Elemez™
Battery failure is one of the most common types of problems, with the vast majority of workers and companies reporting this issue. Here’s how real-time analytics can help.
Use Case: Customized Operational Intelligence: Microsoft Excel™ and Elemez™
Excel is often used for gathering data and reporting information. This Use Case shows how B2M has made its APIs available for use within Excel, allowing analytics data to be customized to fit any individual user’s needs.
Use Case: Migrating Help Desk to Mobile Operations Center with Elemez™
Read this Use Case to find out why it’s time to migrate the service help desk away from reactive support models to proactive operating models spot trouble, prevent outages and even predict outages in the future.
Use Case: Improving Help Desk Operations through Elemez™
Help desk operators have to deal with a growing volume and increased complexity of issues. Here’s how B2M’s Elemez provides real-time visibility to assist help desk workers become more effective and efficient.
Use Case: Mobile Application Change Management
Real-time visability is crucial to supporting application changes due to the bugs and instability that may be introduced. This Use Case explains how B2M’s Elemez can help.
Use Case: Managing Device Refreshes: Real-time Intelligence with Elemez™
Here’s how B2M’s Elemez can help users to establish a change management plan and perfomance comparisons that will ensure technology refreshes go smoothly.
Use Case: Finding Lost, Stolen or Underutilized Devices: Real-time Intelligence with Elemez™
Here’s why being able to quickly spot devices that are no longer in service and have therefore potentially been lost or stolen is a critical tool for enterprise mobility management.