The results of the IT Executive Outlook survey indicate that there remains a significant level of doubt, or even scepticism, surrounding the implementation and adoption of mobile information sharing strategies and technologies within the enterprise. In response, we’ve compiled nine tips for success for those considering Mobile BI:
 Get onboard or get left behind:
Respected industry expert, Howard Dresner, stated in the wake of his most recent Mobile Business Intelligence Market Study that advancements in technology, shifts in information consumption and the rapid up-take of mobile data sharing strategies within many organizations, have led him to conclude that Mobile BI is the new platform for BI itself.
 Choose a vendor that offers browser-based, native MA:
With the continued adoption of HTML 5 to support device-based caching, the debate between delivering reporting and analytics remotely via a Web-browser or device-specific application will continue. Select a BI application that offers both to give you flexibility. Whatever the choice (and it must be a unified one), ensure that the needs of the information consumer (rather than the report writer) dictates your chosen approach.