North America Enterprise Mobility Market size exceeded USD 1 billion in 2019 and is anticipated to register a growth rate of 16% from 2020 to 2026.
The North America enterprise mobility market growth is attributed to the adoption of enterprise mobility solutions to reduce the cost of device ownership and promote flexible working culture for better team collaboration. Leading companies are proactively focusing on collaborations and partnerships to expand their business operations. For instance, in October 2020, Digital.ai signed a strategic collaboration agreement with BMC Software, an enterprise software company. This collaboration helped Digital.ai to secure a competitive position in the market by offering AI-driven change management and service desk analytics solutions to BMC’s customers across the globe.
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Mobile Device Management (MDM) segment is set to rise significantly through 2026. MDM is the process to enhance corporate data security by monitoring, managing, and securing devices such as laptops, smartphones, and tablets that are used in enterprises. It allows IT admins to control the security policy by accessing sensitive corporate data. Implementation of mobile devices in organizations and the rising need to manage these devices will fuel the segment growth.
The smartphone segment dominated the North America enterprise mobility market with a share of over 50% in 2019 and is expected to observe growth rate of over 15% during the forecast timeline. Growth is attributed to the increasing use of smartphones for business-related activities. Smartphones allow employees to complete intensive tasks with low resources and their high portability ensures that employees stay connected anywhere. It allows employees to access enterprise applications and/or corporate data on mobile devices. The IT admin can deploy security systems, such as password protection, encryption, and/or remote wipe technology, which allow an administrator to delete all data from a misplaced device.
The on-premise deployment model in the North America enterprise mobility market is predicted to attain a growth rate of 13% till 2026. The on-premise deployment of enterprise mobility management consists of deployment over an in-house enterprise network or system infrastructure This provides solution customization according to enterprise infrastructure and business requirements. Moreover, the IT team from the enterprise is responsible for maintaining and monitoring the software processes. The IT team is responsible for upgrading the components and systems. This process may take more time than usual and involve operational expenses.
The IT & telecom sector is poised to witness steady growth till 2027 led by the increasing need for collaborative teamwork across enterprises operating in the IT & telecom sector. Multiple teams are required to work simultaneously to provide service to customers. This raises the need for unified communication, conferencing, and collaboration to improve work processes. Moreover, the need for internal & external communication for strategic decision-making is supporting the enterprise mobility demand across IT and telecommunication enterprises.
The U.S. held around 15.9% North America enterprise mobility market share in 2019. IT service providers are increasingly shifting toward mobile devices and IP-based instant messenger facilities to counter dynamic market conditions and address evolving customer requirements. The country has a wide presence of multiple EMM vendors such as IBM, Microsoft, ManageEngine, and Cisco. These companies are proactively focusing on the acquisition of local players to expand their business operations. For instance, in December 2020, Cisco acquired IMImobilea, a London-based software provider. This acquisition helped the company to strengthen its product portfolio and provide end-to-end customer interaction management solutions to its customers across the globe.
Some of the leading companies operating in the North America enterprise mobility market include Apperian Inc, AT&T, Inc, Blackberry Inc, Capgemini SE, Cisco Systems, Inc., Citrix Systems, Inc., Google LLC, Honeywell International, Inc., HPE, IBM Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, and Oracle Corporation.