Your Thoughts Needed on Mobile Personal Productivity

by | May 31, 2011 | Technologies

Jim Cahill

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Social Marketing Leader

One of the most significant technological developments over the past couple of years is the rise of mobile computing—especially smartphones and tablet devices. These smartphones and tablet charts help show this rapid growth.

It’s important to understand how process automation professionals can apply mobile technologies to improve their personal and operational productivity.

On the personal productivity front, our mobile team has developed a short, 5-minute survey to understand better how the external websites and mobile applications can be developed and optimized for your use. Even if you don’t use smartphone or tablet devices yet to access any of the Emerson Process Management websites, the mobile team would appreciate your thoughts and ideas.

Now those who follow my tweets know that “overzealous marketers” and their surveys sometimes exasperate me. It seems we can’t take a trip without getting surveys from the airline, rental car, hotel, and restaurants.

The flip side is that if you invest the 5 minutes for this survey, then your ideas can have major impact on the improvement process. If there is something your process automation supplier can provide you to improve your productivity, here’s the opportunity to be heard.

I hope you’ll consider being one to share your thoughts and impact the improvements to the mobile tools in your process automation tool bag.

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