Mobile technology is a top-five technology priority for 77 percent of global C-level business leaders, and 43 percent ranked it as the top or No. 2 priority, according to the “Accenture Mobility Insights Report 2014.” Accenture, a business and technology consulting firm, attributed mobile technology’s importance to it being an enabler of other digital technologies, including social, mobile, analytics, cloud and connected products, and said those reporting exceptional return on investment shared a number of traits.

“Any successful technology implementation requires certain ingredients, but this research demonstrates that in the case of newer, digital technologies it’s not just about actions, but about attitude too,” said Jin Lee, global managing director of Accenture Mobility. “Mobility was the forerunner to many of the digital technologies that are now being adopted, and businesses can learn from the mobility leaders’ successes what they need to do to make their adoptions of analytics, social or connected products successful.”

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