Forrester TEI Study: BES12 Improves Business Productivity, Network Security and Reduces Costs

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We’ve touted the business benefits that the BES12 Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) Solution can bring to your company, but numbers can speak louder than words.

To show how BES12 can bring your organization significant ROI, we commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a total economic impact (TEI) study on the benefits organizations can see with BES12 – and the results were certainly impressive.

Forrester Study Shows Reduced Costs and Increased Productivity

The study, The Total Economic Impact Of BES12, revealed that BES12 provides a more secure and compliant platform that helps customers reduce their IT operating expenses and capital expenditures while increasing productivity.

According to the study, “[c]ustomers described the BES12 solution as an opportunity to simultaneously meet business objectives, such as operational costs, security, privacy, and compliance; and employee objectives, such as more flexibility to access applications and data to increase productivity.”

Existing customers experienced the following:BES12

  • 88% ROI
  • three-year benefits of $1.3 million
  • 20% reduction in software, license and IT support costs
  • $420,000 reduction in mobility management hardware costs over three years
  • 2.3-month payback period
  • 15% increase in end-user productivity

BES12 Lets Organizations Be Confident They’re Protected

BES12 allows you to securely manage mobile devices and other endpoints across different operating systems (iOS, Android – including Android for Work and Samsung KNOX – Windows and BlackBerry) and ownership models (personally owned or corporate-liable devices).

With BES12, organizations can be confident that their mobile content is protected, while giving users access to the work information they need to be more productive, all from a device of their choosing.

For more information, download the full study here

About Warren Pamukoff

@WarrenPamu is the head of Analyst Relations at BlackBerry and ensures that key influencers are up to speed on BlackBerry's Enterprise and IoT offerings. When Warren's not crafting messaging or launching products, you can find him in the pool, on the court or in the batter's box trying to relive his glory years.

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