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Motorola Study Shows 80 Percent of Global Healthcare IT Executives Placing Increased Reliance on Mobility
Date:4/7/2009

decision making habits of senior executives. More than 3,400 IT decision makers across 14 countries participated in this market research study through participation with research partners e-Rewards and TNS. e-Rewards, Inc., is the largest "by-invitation-only" online research panel, serving over 750 research firms. TNS is a global market information and insight group with a network of 80 countries. The survey was designed to provide a benchmark measurement of the overall perception and usage of mobile and wireless technology solutions across a multitude of commercial and public industries.

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