Only a few years ago, smartwatches have been mere fitness trackers with very limited smart features. However, in a relatively short span of time, they evolved into one of the most promising and sought-after tech devices on the market.
Their capabilities are expanding rapidly – now you can not only receive and make phone calls, respond to text messages, track your fitness activities and get notifications, but also listen to music, use the built-in GPS, and even make contactless payments from your wrist.
As we’ve discussed before, smartwatches and wearables in general, have the potential to be the next big thing in enterprise utilization. Their power lies in the ability to increase productivity, satisfaction, and safety of workers. As a result, combined with improved work conditions and processes digitalization, companies are more effective in achieving their goals. But despite the ever more appealing benefits, some employee concerns regarding workplace wearables remain.
During the years, the way how businesses operate has changed significantly. The digital era helps to drive enterprises into new highs, and mobility has an increasingly important role in it. Last year we introduced 5 mobility predictions that we believe companies should look at to keep moving forward. As 2020 approaches, it is time to catch up on new enterprise mobility trends again.