Employees want more control over their devices to have connectivity from anywhere, for both personal and professional purposes. As the line between work and personal life blurs, employees need the option of working on their own devices with access to 4G connections, work apps, work networks, etc. Equipped with enhanced smart phones, employees want to bring their own devices to work for more efficiency and productivity. This trend has given rise to the Enterprise Mobility Management suite which helps enterprises manage their employees' devices, secure their organizations' content, and minimize risk.
- The Indian enterprise mobility management (EMM) market has attracted the attention of companies that provide the ESS service due to the high growth rates in the market (CAGR of X% from FY 2015 to FY 2021). Mobile device management (MDM) is a new trend that is mainly driven by the bring-your-own device (BYOD) trend and the interest of mobility providers looking to secure new revenue sources.
- With more and more companies implementing BYOD policies, it is becoming increasingly necessary to implement solutions to manage the use of employee-owned devices and devices with corporate information, which might open the company up to new risks, such as competitive disadvantages, employee dissatisfaction, and work inefficiencies.
- On-premise and cloud-based deployments are the prime implementation models for enterprise mobility management platforms. With the awareness of cloud solutions increasing, it is anticipated that the majority of devices will be supported on cloudbased deployments in the near future.
- The energy and utilities, transportation, and healthcare industries are experiencing significant overhauls in service delivery. Such a drastic change requires information and communication technology (ICT) to better manage this transformation.
- Information technology (IT) convergence brings about costsaving opportunities.
- Continued cost and competitive pressures place a greater emphasis on ICT to manage profitability and revenue potential.
- They are government-led initiatives that support their own country’s technological leadership in emerging ICT and/or industry technologies. Technologies that drive the Internet of Things (IoT), Smart Cities, Smart Grid, etc., are examples of such emerging technologies.
- Ubiquitous connectivity, cloud delivery, M2M/IoT, and Big Data and analytics are 4 key technology influences across all industries.
- Security-related trends both impede and accelerate such spending, depending on sectors’ market requirements.
- IT-specific skills and capabilities are in shortage in both the communications and connected industries.
2. Market Definitions
- Research Objectives, Scope, and Methodology
- Key Global Trends Driving Mobility Adoption - Wearable Devices
- Key Global Trends Driving Mobility Adoption - Increasing ICT Spend
- Key Global Trends Driving Mobility Adoption - Exploding Application Usage
- Key Trends in BYOD
- Benefits of BYOD in Enterprise Mobility
- Drivers Explained
- Restraints Explained
- Enterprise Device Subscriber Base - Forecast Analysis
- Global Adoption Trends of EMM
- EMM Solution Approaches
- EMM Solution Limitations
- Generally Observed Pricing Models
- Potential Enterprise Mobility Management Market for the Existing User Base and Solution Suites
- Potential vs. Actual Market
- Company Profile - MaaS360
- Company Profile - 1Mobility
- PEST Analysis - Enterprise Devices and EMM
- Challenges Ensuing the Rising BYOD Scenario and the Solution
- Legal Disclaimer
- This market insight provides an analysis of the enterprise devices market and the EMM market in India for the base financial year (FY) 2015 (April 2014 to March 2015).
- It analyzes market trends, emerging drivers, and product splits for India.
- Geographic scope: India
- Base year: FY 2015
- Years considered for the forecast: FY 2016 to FY 2021
- Primary research with service providers
- Published research services
- Published news
- Company websites
- Other secondary sources