To meet the growing demand for digital ordering, most restaurants, from fine dining establishments to quick-service restaurants, have transitioned to digital experiences such as online ordering, delivery, and digital self-serve to increase revenue and build customer loyalty among users who expect a digital-first experience.
Most MDMs are built to accommodate smartphones and tablets, but far fewer offer compatibility with mPoS, kiosks, ruggedized devices, smart fitness equipment, and telehealth devices. A smart approach to hardware procurement is key to mobile security, and this process should involve learning whether devices are compatible with your MDM.
With these two guides, you’ll learn everything you need to get started planning, designing, and building your device fleet. You’ll understand all the big considerations at play, and how to navigate the complexities of making the right choices for your business.
Once you’ve made the tough decisions and have your fleet planned, it’s time to consider how you’ll manage it. This is the last and potentially the most important aspect of fleet planning, because what happens after deployment is where the magic is.
And once you get there, we’ve got you. Esper is better device management, but you don’t have to take our word for it — take this 10 question assessment to help you break down your device management needs and how we can help.