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Andy Kellett, OVUM (Butler Group)
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Added on Tuesday April 24, 2012
Information workers have long understood the importance of being able to communicate effectively while away from the office - a trend that seems to be influencing a number of key market areas.
A new industry report into the growth and spread of smartphones across the US has shown that smartphone impressions across the country have grown by a rate of 17 per cent - with 52.6 billion recorded impressions across North America in the first quarter of 2012.
For modern businesses, this can be translated across to commercial benefits fairly easily - with the delivery of smart forms through mobile devices enabling information transfer and document generation on the go.
According to publisher InMobi Digital, the Mobile Insights Report 2012 demonstrates that a greater percentage of the population is becoming comfortable with using intelligent hand-held devices in their private lives.
Speaking on the study's findings, vice president and managing director of the mobile ad publisher Anne Frisbie explained that the growth could partially be derived from what she called "fierce competition" between rival handset producers - particularly Google and Apple.
Ms Frisbie asserted: "We will see further disruption if devices such as the much anticipated Amazon smartphone and Google tablet hit the US market this year. Momentum surrounding Windows 8 could also change the market significantly."