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Mobile Apps: Consumers vs Businesses

dealergnition Wouldn't it be great if existing technology could help you close more sales? BO000000 Mobile Internet Consumers growth estimated at 79% of consumers now say they use a smart-phone to help with shopping are doing it 133% in 2011 The average consumer spends MOBILE APP downloads have 94 MINUTES EXCEEDED viewing mobile applications song downloads in the iTunes store Smartphones now 50% account for half of all mobile phones in the U.S. Businesses should too 71% TTTTTTTTTT of businesses 76% of businesses are discussing say mobile devices Increased employee responsiveness and decision-making speed custom mobile applications The number of existing branded apps has increased by BUSINESS APPS were the fastest growing section in the app store in 2010, up by 263% 186% between March 2010 from 2009 and September 2011 of enterprises cited 63% COST SAVINGS as a reason for adopting mobility SalesVerge presented by GoogleilpssOTX Maad CT The Mole Mavemert StudAnlaga, Naccoa tesa dwww.aomca combasuonvaltanesaoacetaldawnlaad-fisukegetoak-serodawolaado tens dwww.diotabuatlan.combaoalemattatietice-tatedacte-naketins-indagastict Hetwww.marobaaane.conea we lrl hetpwww.caco.comwebsolutionatrendalunifed_workapaondocaEpanding Role_of_Mobity_in_the_Workplace pdf hetpblag hetpblog funy.conbia obile-App-UsageFurther-Dominates-Web-Spumed-by-Facebook dealerignition

Mobile Apps: Consumers vs Businesses

shared by DealerIgnition on Jul 06
Consumers are consuming the mobile space, so why shouldn't businesses? We've developed a mobile app to helps dealer/retailer businesses enhance their sales process on the showroom floor with SalesVerg...


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