Mobility Strategy, Design and Planning: Visioning Session - Motorola Solutions USA

Mobility Strategy and Visioning A collaborative approach to defining operational objectives and developing a technology roadmap and strategy



Overview

Mobility Strategy, Design and Planning: Visioning Session

THIS SESSION PROVIDES AN INCLUSIVE ASSESSMENT WITH ACTIONABLE DATA TO HELP YOU PLAN FOR FUTURE TECHNOLOGY MIGRATION

Using Lean Six Sigma methodologies and the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) process, we work with you to understand where your organization is today, where it needs to be in the future and what needs to happen to get you there.

Through this collaborative process, our operational specialists will conduct observational research and on-site interviews with key internal roles. Using workflow documentation and human factors assessment, they will be able to capture opportunities.

Features and Benefits

Get above the clutter
When you live it on a daily basis, you sometimes can’t see the forest for the trees. We know what to look for, what to ask, and where to get the critical information that will give you an external, neutral view. Data collected through a mobility assessment, time and motion studies, and a visioning session will help you develop the right technology roadmap for your organization.

Turn a disconnected network into a seamless mobility solution
Over time, upgrades, and additions, your communications system may have become a group of independent, disconnected networks. Our session will help you turn a network made up of vendor point solutions into an overall value-added service for your organization.

Having the hard data in hand gives you proof of concept
It’s easier to fund complex technology and process improvements that can achieve results when you have the hard facts. We will help you understand your stakeholder’s considerations and how to get critical buy-in for your technology migration.

Future-proof your technology investment
Making the right choices for the investment you make today means that that investment will be part of a continuous improvement strategy, and not become obsolete tomorrow.

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