Mobile content enablement platform sees tremendous growth in usage as it continues to transform how work is done on mobile devices

BOSTON, Mass. – March 03, 2016 – Bigtincan, a leader in mobile content enablement for field sales and service organizations, today confirmed powering more than 10 million content interactions in the Bigtincan Hub—the company’s easy-to-use mobile sales and service enablement platform—in 2015. With the U.S. mobile worker population expected to grow from 96.2 million in 2015 to 105.4 million in 2020 (IDC), Bigtincan is poised to expand its leading mobile content management technology to the exploding mobile workforce in 2016 and beyond.*

A recent study from market research firm Webtorials found that “…estimated productivity loss by worker type due to gap in [employee mobility] deployment is substantial: $12,493 per knowledge worker, $9,283 per information worker, and $2,993 per service worker.” Bigtincan hub closes this productivity gap by automatically delivering the right content, training and expert knowledge to a user’s mobile device in the timeframe that they need it, thereby saving significant costs.

“It’s no longer a question of if employees should go mobile, but rather how to best enable our already mobile workforce with technology that helps them win,” said David Keane, co-founder and CEO, Bigtincan. “The spike in Bigtincan hub interactions is a strong indicator of this market demand, with a clear trajectory of worldwide growth to follow. This activity is the most important measure of our impact and a platform that empowers our users to succeed.”

Bigtincan announced the fifth generation of its industry-leading Bigtincan hub solution earlier in 2016, with a focus on providing a powerful, multi-screen enablement solution for sales and service organizations. Starting with iOS, and then extending in 2016 to other platforms, delivered in a single app with an intuitive user experience, this next generation Bigtincan hub can be purchased through its global network of authorized resellers.

*Source: IDC, U.S. Mobile Worker Forecast, 2015-2020 (Doc #256194), June 2015