Determining Your Strategy for Mobile Data Access
Wednesday, September 25, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
To join the live event on Wednesday, September 25, please direct your browser to: https://vts.inxpo.com/Launch/Event.htm?ShowKey=16573 .
This webcast will look into how the expansion of mobile phones is changing the way employees, managers and HR professionals interact with their HR and talent management systems. A recent industry report estimates that by end of 2013 there will be more than 1.4 billion smartphones worldwide, triggering the need for organizations to determine their mobile data access strategy.
Topics addressed will include:
- The need for data access.
- The security implications.
- Typical usage scenarios.
Using Constellation’s organization typology, presenters will offer recommendations for helping different types of organizations to assess their mobile reality and plan the next steps of mobile adoption plans.
Findings will also be offered based on the recent Constellation Mobile ROI Index, with a look at the hire to retire business process, giving attendees valuable insights into the mobile adoption in HCM.
Holger Mueller is a vice president and principal analyst for the fundamental enablers of the cloud, IaaS and PaaS, with forays up the tech stack into big data and analytics and sometimes even SaaS. He provides strategy and counsel to key Constellation Research clients, including chief information officers, chief technology officers, chief product officers, investment analysts, venture capitalists, sell-side firms and technology buyers.
Prior to joining Constellation Research, Mueller was vice president of products for NorthgateArinso. There, he led the transformation of products to the cloud and laid the foundation for new business process as a service capabilities. Previously, Mueller was chief application architect with SAP, working on strategic projects and next-generation product capabilities. He was also vice president of products for FICO, creating the foundation for the current enterprise decision management suite.
Before, Mueller worked for Oracle in various management functions both on the application development (CRM, Fusion) and business development side. Previously, he worked for SAP, starting the products suite that is currently SAP CRM and worked in the office of the chairman for Hasso Plattner.
Mueller started his career with Kiefer & Veittinger, which he helped grow from a start-up to Europe’s largest CRM vendor from 1995 onwards. There, he helped spearhead offshore development in Bangalore, India, where the previous K&V Lab is now SAP Labs Bangalore. Mueller has presented at numerous trade shows and industry events and writes his blog on enterprise software at enswmu.blogspot.com.
Mueller has a Diplom Kaufmann from University of Mannheim, with a focus on information science, marketing, international management and chemical technology.